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After i stop ,i accelerate the car does nothing and suddenly the gear kick in

After I change the transmission oil , i accelerate does nothing for about 3 seconds and suddenly the gear kick in , i want to know if this could be low transmission oil

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Yes, it sounds like it is low on fluid.

Posted on Apr 21, 2013

  • luis Apr 26, 2013

    Thank you today I brought it to Lexus dealer , put more oil and is ok

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