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1992 park ave transmission slips fluid and

1992 park ave transmission slips. ---
fluid and filter has been changed

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It probably did not slip before the fluid was changed I so the clutches are worn out and need to be replaced The worn fibers were still in the old fluid causing the fluid to be thicker filling the voids much better to shift. Now once drained and new fluid installed it slips

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