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Slips in drive at standstill (97 accent )

When put in low it is ok then will shift to drive ok on the move

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Sorry to deliver the news buy u have a worn out transmission forward clutch or a loss of fluid hydraulic pressure, either probelm requires a trans overhaul.

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Hard shifting 04 hyundai accent.


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