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Transmission car just quit driving on uphill stop ,went to accellerate and begant to roll back. the engine appears to be running fine and does change speed when pulling from park into gear , transmision fluid clean hear a rattly clunky noise that appears to be from rear of motor or front of transmision where it mounts to motor. The car only has 66000 miles on it .Is there any common problems with this model? Thanks Larry

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Your torque convertor went out that is the clunking noise you hear . have this replace and this will solve the problem.. please rate this

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