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Old May 6th, 2018
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2000 Olds Bravada RPM's

Howdy folks,

What should my RPM's be when going 55? Sorry for such a dumb question. I feel like my Bravada is not shifting into overdrive. Cruising at 65 rpms at 2750. 70 is 3k. Perhaps I'm wrong but I dont remember the rpms being so high at cruising speed.

A quick google search says to tap the brake while at speed and the rpms should jump up a couple hundred RPMs when it comes out of overdrive. That's exactly what happens.

Just noticed this yesterday morning headed home from work that the engine seemed to be turning much faster at the same speed I normally drive.

Thanks for any help!
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My '04 runs at approx. 2000 rpm at 65 mph. 4.2L I-6, 4L60E tranny with a 3.73 posi rear-end.

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My '04 runs at approx. 2000 rpm at 65 mph. 4.2L I-6, 4L60E tranny with a 3.73 posi rear-end.
That's what I thought. For some reason my rpms are much higher now. Hmmm
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