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The transmission feels like its not wantin to grap any gears but the tranny fluid is fine

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The tranny fluid really has nothing to do with if it dont smell burnt that dont mean anything either you can try a simple test your self its called power braking step hard on the brake and while in forward gear give it a lil gas and increase slowly if you feel the tranny slipping its a good idea to take it to a shop but do your homework trannys are alot of money to fix take it from a mechanic like me.

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