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Transmission Slippage my transmission blows in the middle of Atlantic city. It starts slipping and the gears would not catch. I turn the car off and then back on and shift the gear to drive and the gears catch. The car moves for about a mile but slips in the process. Then at the mile the car completely stalls and the tranny starts to slip all over again. Turn the car off and on again and repeated the process. Do u think the transmission is gone or could it be a sensor/fluid?

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You can have the clutch and the pressure plate checked. If it is an automatic tranny you may try to drain the fluid and have it replaced or have the solenoid cleaned out or checked. The solenoid controls the hydraulic pressure to the clutch

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