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slipping is clutch ?? why would it be electronics. un less its an auto box. if it auto box can be a lot of things. most common is the breathe hose blocked up. if it runs fine until it gets hot then it can be this. if it is like it all the time it can be the speed sensor not reading the rev speed to change gear. if it is doing it slowly taking time to change gears its is not reading the engine speed or the abs speed sensor you would no if it was this as you would have a jumping speedo speed. to get the best solution you need to have the engine and auto box read.
You need a full service of the auto transmission. Check the oil condition for burnt smell.
The oil may be burnt out and fails to lubricate when temperature goes up.
But most likely the gear gaskets or gear teeth are worn out.
What gear box? engine, tramsmssion or rear end? Anyone of which will need whatever seal that is leaking replaced and need to be topped off. Engine oil filled in engine compartment, transmission fluid in the engine compartment with the red/orange retainer top, and rear end square plus need pulled to be drained then refilled.