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This may be your transmission, turn the car on feel for heat on the tranny itself, and pull the dipstick with the yellow handle. Make sure the vehicle is running. If the transmission fluid is ok, the fluid may not be circuilating properly through the engine. At this point you will need to consult a mechanic shop.

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