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My 2000 jaguar s-type transmission is acting up

Hi, my car has been leaking transmission fluid. Just today, I was driving and it just stopped moving. I was stuck in traffic for five minutes until it decided to go!Any ideas what could be the problem without having to replace the whole transmission?

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    My car won't go into the low drive gears at all and the cigarette lighter wont work any idea why?

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Your fluid needs topping up, auto matic transmissions actually use the oil to drive, not friction plates as in normal manual transmissions

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