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Mercedes c 180 elegance (1994) auto gear box fault

Auto gear box suddenly started to slip badly. Before this a little lumpy when changing but otherwise plenty of power. Same in S and E and all gears incl reverse.
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You need to change band clean valve body so box has to come out of the car

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