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Car will not change gears it will not pick up speed. engine gets louder car barley moves

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Have u tryed checking your transmission fluid? Automatic trannys use the pressure of the fluid to switch gears and it its low or no fluid it will just slip and only let you go slow or it will just not grab at all. hoped i helped

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