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Transmission Problems My care recently starting making this really loud noise. It wouldnt pull the hill to my house and now it wont go faster than 5 to 10 miles per hour..It will crank and when I put it in drive..it seems like it slams back into park and then cuts off. This is a rebuilt tranmission. Im not sure if I need to replace it or if there is a part that can simply be rebuilt again. I was told it was pin that needed to be replace. Does anyone one have any suggestions for me.

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You will need to replace the transmission before you damage your motor

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I hate to say it But, You have got a Bad Tranny. You could probably get it rebuilt unless the Housing is Cracked.

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Steering ?

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