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I recently had the transmission rebuilt on a 94 toyota 4x4 3.0 but it still malfunctions when it gets warmed up it jerks and revs up before sifting,s being back to the shop several times, yet, seems that they can not find the problem. HELP!!! PS, AUTOMATIC TRANNY

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Take it back to the shop that did the work and make them adjust it correctly. They don't have something adjusted correctly.

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