Question about 1994 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight
Make sure you correct the fluid level, also, this trans has a vacuum modulator, double check it to make sure it has vacuum, and is not leaking fluid, if it is, you will get fluid out of the vacuum line when you remove it. If all this checks out ok, you most likely have an internal failure. You can drop the pan, and check for debris, this will give you some insight.
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