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TRANSMISSION DOES NOT DOWNSHIFT TO LOW WHEN YOU STOP

COULD IT BE A SENSOR

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It could?!? Year make model? Engine size?

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Is this car a six or eight cylinder?
If the car has a kickdown cable check the adjustment.

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