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Told we need a new transmission

3 months ago - started as a skreeching noise when cold start which usually dissappeared after 10 mins or less of driving. several months of this. noise is related to engine speed.

recently it doesn't go away and there are unpredictable lapses in power response to throttle.

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Soulds like your transmission is going out, might want to try and replace the transmission fluid first to see if that helps.

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