Question about 2002 Mazda Tribute
Please see a transmission service center for this one. Could be low on fluid, causing improper pressures inside the case, or it could be a solenoid.
Or a torque converter, or the shift plates.
This is why you must see a qualified person. Without a check engine code, (you can get it read at most auto parts stores like O'Reilly's) there wont be any diagnosing done over the web. Its a combination of sound and feel to really get a good diag.
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