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96 taurus shifts out of 1st @3200 then gos to2nd only to gos back

96 taurus shifts very hard from 1st to 2nd then just drops back down again,could this be a shifting model or more?

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Too many drivers neglect to change trans fluid or filter until trans is trash.
You might try doing that. Remove the oil pan and install a new filter and clean out the pan gook.
It 's a 25% chance you can drive ok again.

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