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When car is off and change gear from park to reverce or to drive

It makes an electronic noise like if was in the wrong gear. and when driven transmission slips from drive when you try to take of from a stop and do not go, and if you slow down the rpms it jums back to gear.

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Call a mobile mechanic to have a look easiest way for this is hands on ,sounds like low on transmission fluid but i could be wrong

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