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Revers gear with the automatic

When ever the engine is cool reversing is no problem .But as soon as the vehicle run for about a mile the revers will start giving problem,such as when ever i put the vehicle in revers it will not respond write away ,in stead i have to race up the engine for it to start moving,and that come with a big jump.

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