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Transmission sometimes want shift into drive,or seems to go into neutrl then jumps into drive.it may at times drop out of drive into second

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SOURCE: Transmission Sometimes slow shift from Neutral into Drive and First Gear has a delay and shifts with a vibration and thud

orbital clutches slipping , needs stripping

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SOURCE: When I shift into drive my speedometer jumps up to 20 mph

check all your fuses. if you boosted it before changing starter there is a chance u blew a fuse. I would disconect battery and wait 60seconds then re attach to reset the computer

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