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I have a 1999 mits mirage 1.5 auto my problem is while on my way home while at hwy speeds my transmission stopped pulling without warning. i currently do not have any forward or reverse gears. when i but the car in gear the rpms do not change. The fluid level is good and is bright red. I currently have 169,000 miles until now i have never had any issues with the car any help i would be grateful i am at a loose and have no transmission knowledge. Thank you

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Ok just have your transmission pan filter changed; tow your car to a place like jiffy lube
not a dealer or, a transmission shop; too expensive! should cost about a hundred dollars.

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