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Transmission started slipping in final drive.

I have a 2004 Taurus. The transmission started slipping in final drive. There is no record of trans service. There are 133,000 mi. on odometer. could clogged filter be problem? torque converter maybe?

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I am a ford tech and once this transmission starts slipping in OD u are going to need an overhaul, changing the fluid won't correct the problem.

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