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2003 convertible beetle 2.0 engine. discovered battery has been dying over last couple of months and attributed the rpm rev that occurs between 3rd and 4th gear to that. replaced battery and car drives fine but now still rpm rev at 3rd to 4th gear. took to vw and they handed me an estimate for a new tranny 7800.00/ i am just wondering could it be sensors or solinoids...causing this issue

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There are some sensors on the transmission that tend to go bad. You may also need to check the wiring. Could be a computer problem. How many miles?

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