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1994 Mustang GT Auto gearbox fault

Hi, My Mustang feels like its being driven over a cattle grid, sometimes.... the transmission judders sometimes, as the car changes gear. The fault is getting worse, i was given a special additive, which worked briefly.....does anyone know what the actual fault is?....Thanks, steve

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It is caused by the torque converter chattering. If the fluid has been changed and you have tried the additive the torque converter will eventually have to be replaced.

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