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3.2 tiptonic gearbox slipping on high rev changes. what is the cause ?

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How many miles are on the tranny? Any modifications? Tiptronics are NOT overbuilt like other parts of the car. They do fail. Usually, however, you will get a stored code or all the gear indicators on the dash come on at the same time. When that happens, start looking for a new/used tranny.

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