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Transmission just began sticking in second gear when hot, following my commute to work. Fluid level is proper, Dexron as listed on the stick. Once cool, transmission shifts normally.

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Donnrw1 I don't know if you got this fixed or not , but i will give you the short of it . The second gear stick is what is termed as the safe mode of your auto transaxle , when the computer senses a problem it shifts into this mode so you can at least get over or where you are going , or to a garage or home if you are carefull not to blow the engine up, due to over reving, it could be any number of things, but since it does it when its hot it sounds like a bad shift sollenoid. it will need to be looked at, but don't let them sell you a rebuild you most likely don't need it.

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