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VOLVO 260 2002 AUTO TRANSMITION SLIPS

MY S60 2.4 GAS NON TURBO SLIPS ON 2 AND 3 GEAR. I CHANGED OIL. WAS BETTER FOR A WHILE BUT AFTER 2 WEEKS PROBLEM IS BACK AGAIN. IT SLIPS SOMETIMES MORE SOMETIME NOT AT ALL..WHEN DRIVING SLOW IN THE TOWN IT HAPPEN OFTEN. WHEN ON SPEEDWAY, AND PUSHING ACCELERATING - PROBLEM IS LESS NOTABLE.

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    narathnayaka Feb 29, 2012

    Realy my Volvo s40(year of 2000) has this problem yet.what are the solution it. i also change ATF Oil and check for DTS .

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I have the exactly same issue. Did you solve yours?

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