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1996 Intrepid Transmission Problems.

I have a 1996 Intrepid with a 3.3 engine. My transmission was rebuilt almost exactly 2 years ago. Recently, my car started slipping gears. All the fluid levels in the car are fine, we check them every week. There is a small leak but it doesn't make the fluid level fo down hardly at all. The weird thing is if you ease on the gas so the car is hardly moving at all, slowly let the car build speed, it won't slip at all. I'm hoping this is just a simple filter change job. Any suggestions?

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Change you fluid and filter but when you do add Lucas Transmission Fix its a non-solvent formulas that stops slip, hesitation and rough shifting in worn transmissions and completely eliminates most seal leaks, it work like a charm on my 2001 caviler that had a very simular prolbem , i didnt even change the fluid i just sucked out enofgh fluid to put in the product . this stuff works

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