I have the same problem between 2nd and 3rd.Member2010 said:I also noticed it to, but mine seems to slip also between 2nd & 3rd gear. It seems to smooth out after the engine has been running for awhile or up to operating temperature. Is this something that is common or is it something that should be checked by a technician. I've had my Terrain for a year now and don't remember it doing this last Winter.
OK, not slipping but the tach shows a large increase in RPMs between 3rd and 4th and its the only shift that shows it. So then what would you call it?2010 LTZ said:it is not slipping.
since it is a 6 speed it shifts very fast from gear to gear.
I took my wifes to the dealer with the same issue and they assured me that its fine. just the timing of the shifting gives the feeling of the tranny slipping.
Sounds like it's slipping to me on the 3rd to 4th shift. May need a band adjustment or it could be a software issue they can fix with a reflash of the computer.TerryG said:OK, not slipping but the tach shows a large increase in RPMs between 3rd and 4th and its the only shift that shows it. So then what would you call it?
No it does not have to be GM fluid, but it must be labeled Dexron-VI.sledder12 said:My wife's 2010 has an RPM spike of 500RPM first thing in morning between 3rd and 4th. Only happens when it sits overnight and only does it the first 3 cycles, then car warms up and shifts normally. Brought too dealer and they could not reproduce and said car fine. Previous owner had corner garage change tranny fluid, not sure what they used but would that be the issue? Does it have to be GM fluid?