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This is caused by some kind of electronic shift fault in the transmission electronic control system, it shifts to neutral to avoid further damage to the transmission. You must have the dealer look at this and use a live data scanner.
Yeah you might need a new tranny. Not even replacing the fluids or changing the filter will help bc it would make it even worse by flushing away metal parts in your gears which would eventually cause slippage then failure.
you could retry bleed clutch slave cylinder,should really replace these when replacing clutch if high mileage or it might be fifth gear ring gear broken or worn looking at gearbox strip or new gearbox i would try rebleeding clutch might have small airlock in it.