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Have mitsubish lancer that has problem with automatic transmition problem' it brinks neutral light when you engage drive motion and it cant ecced the speed limit of 60km/ph .light brinks only in drive motion .revers its ok. after diagnosis report it idacate one relly is open now cant tell whether its the ecu or the gear box itself. please assist .

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Computer problem by the sound of it ??if it is then its dealer only

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