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Transmission slipping and other things all started at once

Transmission started slipping warmer it got more it slipped. Stopped car and immediately restarted it and it runs ok. Sometimes when it restarts it want go into gear and I got to keep restarting it. Sometimes the key want even turn and this all started all at same time. Help

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Check the transmission fluid it may be in need of a quart of transmission fluid

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