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Shift Automatic I drive my car down the road and it shifts fine from 10 to 20 and then 20 to 30! and when it hits 30 it roars and then it shifts back down to 2! and it sounds really loud!

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Have the trouble codes read and see what they are.

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Your secondary has went bad in your transmission, you need ot have it replaced.

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