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When i let off the gas pedal after accelerating its hard

It feels like a slip in the transmission when it was shifting buts its only when i let off the pedal after accelerating

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Try some lucas in it. If it has less than 100,000 miles or so, do a trans. service and add 2 bottles of lucas trans. additive. (from napa).

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