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I have a '92 Buick Regal GS. It only goes up to 20-25mph, After that i the rpms go up but the speed stays the same. I then, have to wait until the speed goes back to 5-10mph until i can get it to speed up again. I changed the transmiision filter and it had alot of gray dust in it. Please Help !!!!!!

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The torque convertor is slipping. In most cars where used, this is a sealed assembly and may not be a DIY job because of its position.
The torque converter is probably a 'corporate' part used in many different models but yours crossed to here:
Torque converter 
The first ones appear at the mottom of that page.

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