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Transmission jerks into gear when turning corners at a normal speed

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Check your transmission fluid level; if OK, check outer CV joints; if OK, flush transmission fluid and change the filter. Also "BG Transmission" is great for torque converters and transmission slipping.

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Does the car drive fine? If you dont have any performance issues you may have a broken motor mount.

Posted on Mar 06, 2010

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