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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: transmission problem
Your forward clutches are going out.It usually starts with your 1 to 2 shift then eventually it will only have 1 and reverse..Take a look at the dip stick..If it has blackish or grayish stuff on it bad trans is more than likely.Giving the trans a fluid flush is good but by doing that now after it is already slipping could result in even sooner failure..So the best advice I could give you is start saving for new trans or to rebuild the one you have...A good additive you could put in it to prolong the life is a LUCAS trans oil.Its really thick and sticky and will give your trans a little longer life before failure.This is not a permanent fix nor will it stop it from going out but will make it last a while longer..Try and not do any harsh take offs and try and let out the gas pedal when you think its going to shift from 1 to 2...If you let it slip into 2 it will fail even sooner yet..
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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