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Sometimes if you have to wrangle the pan off(you didn't remove the cross-member) you will damage the shift solenoids. If you have a check engine light you can get it checked at any Advance Auto store for free. If the codes show shift A and Shift B they are pretty easy to fix,(they are on the bottom of the tranny,you have to pull the pan off again though) If not sometimes the tranny just gets used to the old fluid and acts funny when you put in new, might be time for a rebuild

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