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Transmission problem when when it rains.

The minivan work perfect during normal wheather conditions. When it rains, the transmission do not engage normal on first and second. This problem only happens when it rains, the check engine come on and while running the engine hesitates.

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I had a toyota 4 runner with same problem,windshield had small leak and was getting onboard computer wet. does your windshield leak? believe it or not,a new windshield did solve the problem!

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