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Trans fault code it will go forward with alot of gas then stops goes in reverse fine what could it be help

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Try replacing the transmission parts but try replacing the automatic transmission fluid first to spare you from big expenses

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

  • kojokenn Jun 14, 2011

    i have replaced the clutches and the valve body

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