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Out of nowhere my tranny started having this problem. I can put it in reverse and back up fine. But when i go to put it in drive it engages and inches forward but when i go to press the gas pedal it just revs. But if i shift it into one it will go. Then i can shift into 2 and it goes, Then after im moving over 40 i can go into drive. But it will rev if i try to push the gas past a quarter of the way in any gear.

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