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If an automatic then there is a serious problem in the box / torque converter and will require the sump off for an investigation. If a manual then the box has to come out and the bearings inspected/replaced
Posted on Jun 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The trannsmission is a sealed unit and there is no dipstick. Check to see if you have a leak. More than likely it sounds like your low on fluid at least a 1/2 to a whole quart. Since these are sealed units it should be taken to the dealership to have looked at. If there is not any leaks then I would add 1/2 qt of tranny fluid and try driving so see if it helped. If it helped a little but the same problems are still there add another 1/2 qt. If it doesnt solve the problem then your tranny needs to be looked at.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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