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1998 Mercesed ML320 sporadic gear disengage when speed up

This problem does not occur constantly, but I noticed when I speed up, or sudden change of acceleration, it disengages my transmission. It happened when I merged in a freeway and I have to speed up. Please advise me with your expertise.

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You need change atf flood and check level.Make sure only mb atf if yuo put wrog atf say good bye to transmission .good luck

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