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Awd cvt transmission howl,what would quite it? We want to trade it back to the Ford dealer who sold it to us!

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Make sure that the transmission is properly full and add a good transmission treatment fluid like Lucas. Someone at autozone or an auto parts store should be able to steer you in the right direction.

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