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Transmition chevy 1500 91 / 4.3

After 10 or 15 mph my truck stops getting speed. the motor just reves. my transmition fluid was low so i filled it up. now i'm thinking about changing the trans. filter.

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I believe you will just be wasting your money on a filter.. go ahead and get another tranny
good luck ray

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