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Slowing down at around 40km/hr, the transmission jerks.

When slowing down, around 40km hour, the automatic transmission jerks. It feels like a standard car when you push in the clutch and then pop it.

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2008 Tucson? It should still be under warranty. Does it have more than 100,000 miles on it? Are you the original owner? If not, does it have less than 60,000 miles on it?.. If so, it's still under warranty - take it in to get fixed under warranty.

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