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Made sure transmission fluid was full
Sounds like it needs new valve kits, and or a major overhaul, try checking selector linkages are lined up and tight, otherwise, if it has access to the sump pan then, drain fluid, take pan off carefully, look to see a nut threaded over a locking screw, hold screw with screwdriver and loosen nut anti clockwise, once loose, hold nut and turn screw inwards counting how many turns until all the way in and note this number, then turn 5 full turns out, hold screw and tighten nut, replace with new oil, check pan for filings, note and clean refit sump pan.
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