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Transmission slipping after driving for a few miles the transmisson would not catch in high gear, motor began to race like it was in netural i **** to second and it caught but now is slipping any idesa

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Check your modulator with a mity vac?if it has one goto library get book on transmission,also chech oil!if it is brown may have burn clutches!!!!

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