:agree That's about the same thing I've experienced. I'll be installing the eliminator at some point if it keeps happening when I least need it to. Well, that doesn't really make sense because NEVER would be when I need it to happen. I don't want a computer telling me what gear I should be in.Clueless said:Other times though, I won't be able to shift to 2nd--have to go to 4th because the skip-shift kicked in, and there is no light on the dash lit up.
I think the skip shift is just wonky, at least on my car, in that sometimes the light on the dash is on but the skip-shift isn't engaged, and some times vice versa. The light on the dash and the actual skip feature do not always mesh. Perhaps this is the same on your car.
Just to throw a note in regarding this:GTO judge said:Once you learn to shift at a certain speed, that skip shift will not be an issue. If it is an issue and you want to avoid it then the eliminator is the solution.
Do you know of anyone having trouble with going into reverse after installing the 1-4 shift.....Crazy yeah but having trouble.Once you learn to shift at a certain speed, that skip shift will not be an issue. If it is an issue and you want to avoid it then the eliminator is the solution.
Shifting at 20mph is second nature to me anymore and I never have an issue with it. More often than not I am shifting 1-3-5-6 anyway.