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Sounds like clutch issue, if the car was that low on transmission fluid, obviously there is big leak somewhere, and depending on how long it was driven, one of the gears may have stripped or broke.
Might be a good idea to have a transmission shop or Chevy Dealer look at it.
Other possibility newer cars use a electronic control to tell the transmissions to shift, could be a possible issue there, but doesn't explain the transmission fluid issue.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have a 1995 Blazer
The problem is one of a few things. Bad or low fluid. shift solinoid in the trans going bad. or pump in the trans getting very weak.
this is best checked by a service shop specializing in trans work.
hope this fixes the problem.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: 1995 Chevy Blazer
Solenoids usually set a code that can be checked with a code reader.
Make sure that the oil in your transmission is full and clean...solenoids can get gummed up by varnish if trans is not serviced properly.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Saturn says and I quote
there transmission fluid is not to be changed after the first change at 6000 miles.
Now I say it should be changed at every 30000 miles. If changing out the fluid doesn't work then you need to go to a transmission repair shop.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Drain all the transmission fluid, pull the pan, get a **** Chilton or Hayes manual, and get to the valve body of the transmission. That is probably blocked with all kinds of stuff. A lot of people would just say to flush it out, and replace the filter, but at this point, it might introduce more stuff back into the transmission, blocking the (possibly already blocked) high pressure lines. The valve body is much nicer to work on than the lines themselves.
Posted on Mar 09, 2012
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