Question about 2000 Alfa Romeo 156
You may need the tranny bands adjusted. A faulty solenoid may also cause this but not as likely with this type of problem. Have you had your fluid and filter changed? If so, I would have the bands adjusted and at least test the solenoid
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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