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Cvt vehicle drops into neutral and revs out then the PRND lights start flashing

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UGH@!@#@$ PRNDS- Limp mode. one of 4 possible issues. Transmission control module ($1000) Valve Body ($1200) Clutch Discs ($1500) or the Housing/ variable disc unit - whole transmission ($3000).... get an extended warranty PLEASE! a good mechanic can pull the codes and tell you what work should be performed. These transmissions ****. Next time QUATTRO ! 

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