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93 hyundai lantra 1.8 autobox problem

Hi im having problems with a car ive just bought ,the car seems to go up the gears ok but when you slow down you can feel the gears droping down much in the same way you would on a motorbike! got car serviced today the guy at the garage says that the right hand side drive shaft is not right in
they tried to push it in to its fully locked position but could not so it leaks!
and then tonight car was (only sometimes) holding gears??? before changing up!!! help
this car is a "Lantra" not sure what its is called in other countrys

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I've had a similar problem (same car, same auto) and replaced the transmission fluid/filter as well as the idle speed control motor.  It seems to me that an excessively high idle speed can give the impression that the transmission is hesitating on downshifts.  Mine does the same thing until it reaches operating temperature.  Have you tried checking the fluid level? Or, switching between Power/Normal transmission modes?  You can download the manual from hmaservice.com and check the transmission fault codes if you have a good multimeter.

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