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Slow Shifting to a higher gear and when you are already travelleng at more than 60 k/hr. and you step on the accelerator for more speed, sometimes shift back to a lower gear instead of a higer gear or gaining more3 speed.

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Mitsubishi automatic transmissions can be finicky when it comes to there fluid. If it has not been changed for a while get some Diamond SP III ATF or a synthetic equivalent and change the automatic transmission fluid. It may clear up minor shifting issues that are caused by old tired fluid.

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