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Car is sputtering in drive and doesn't feel like it is engaging what could be the cause all other gears work fine

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Check if the D light is blinking. If it is, then one of the two (or both) transmission relays is going bad on you.

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It's not a tranny problem, but i need a little more info. like the last time it was tuned up,if the check engine light comes on,or if it has a rough idle, or if you have a hard time starting it.

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