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95 plymouth acclaim 6cyl '' transmision not slipping but goes to N

The trans makes a buzzzz and goes to ether 2nd or N when i slow down. I shut off car and restart and it is fine for about 5 to 10 miles. Please any info would help. Money is tight and i work 30 miles from home.Oh and fluid is good.


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Mike

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I would try changing the filter on the transmission it could be dirty.

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