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Trannie 2000 bonneville it will drive a mile and trans will stop working,,,let it sit a few minutes it run for about a nother mile and so on

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Transmission is over heating replace filter and gasket also make sure theres nothing blocking the fluid from and to the radiator and check fluid level

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