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Obd code 0700 comes up as trouble code and shifting is too quick. Won't down shift when accelerating even up hill.

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Take vehicle in for a trans service and have fluid and filter replaced. Make sure all connections to transmission are tight.

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check transmission fluid and check for vaccum leaks also u can take it ti autozone and they will do a free diagnosticks check

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Have to do something then tell us,can't
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