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Transmission shifts ony 123 no overdrive, it slip in overdrive

Transmission shifts ony 123 no overdrive, it slips when overdrive ingaged.

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Sorry to say this trans has to be removed and rebuilt seems like od clutches burnt out-do you tow heavy trailer with truck as you have to tow with od off(push button on shifter)

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