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I change trans oil and filter in a 1993 tempo and now trans want shilft out of 1st instead it goes to nuetral are sliping

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It was slipping before you changed the fluid
You never change fluid on a slipping trans

Put it out and have it rebuilt
$1600.00

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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