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2006 Suzuki aerio automatic transmission, Car keeps down shifting while driving. Check fluid and it is full... what else should I check.

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The input and output transmission sensors may be bad. My car had this malfunction. I replaced the sensors and have had no more problems.

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This is a known condition. And, is under warranty.

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By removing automatic transmission oil pan out from gearbox.

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