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Trans slips only on left turns. Will a new trans

Trans slips only on left turns. Will a new trans filter with fresh oil fix my problem? What are your suggestions

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The trans filter and fluid is not the issue. a trans. will not slip upon any turn. your problem lies with either a bad drive axle on that side, or a bad wheel bearing. i would bet dollars to donuts that it is the drive axle....and i LOVE my donuts!!!!

Posted on May 01, 2010

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    Sorry to ask the obvious but why would a bad wheel bearing cause the transmission to slip ??

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Sounds less like a transmission slip as a rear end issue. What exactly happens on the turn?

Posted on May 01, 2010

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