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Trans skipping i believe i drove it to hard started and stopping to fast now i feel the trans skipping a bit i slowed down now but is the trans shot or just loose?

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Check transmission fluid level does the fluid smell burnt it should be red in color and transparent it the vehicle has a lot of miles servicing the transmission may make it worse especially if it has not been serviced on a regular basis

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