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Aotumatic transmission my transmission, is either slipping or something else is wrong, idk what it is, it will pull and loose power when i am steadily on the gas i dont know what this is please help?

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Sure its not an engine missfire under light throttle?
check leads/plugs
check for air leaks in ducting and hoses

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