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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    I think u know the answer to this, the trans is failing.

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If you have a lot of miles on the car the transmission may be starting to shell. I would find a good transmission additive use that for a while it may delay the inevitable. I would not change the fluid you need the old fluid with it viscosity in it. That is why I think a good additive may delay your problems.

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