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Left hand turn transmission disengages itself shifts into nuetral

This happened after my jeep was "fixed" following a front end accident. when i am driving and halfway into the left turn it shifts into nuetral and all of the sudden catchs and engages back into gear abruptly. Possible damage? Anything i could say to the auto body to make it more specific?

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  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    maybe a stupid question , but have you checked the transmission fluid level , almost sounds like your losing prime as fluid leans over to one side of the pan .

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Sounds very much like low fluid. It is possible that trans sustained some internal problem from impact, but I'd check fluid first... If further attention is necessary don't forget to inform your ins co right away!!

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