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Tranmission problem is not shifting automatic any more get stock

Some times the shifter locks so to make the car go I ha to put the shifter in neutral position 1 2 3 4 gers looks like the tras mission dose't shif auto any more

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Check the transmission fluid... although I doub this would be the case since you are able to do it manually. If the fluid level is fine, you should have the transmission checked by an authorized mechanic. It can be something as simple as an adjustment, but may also be something more serious.

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