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It does not keep transmission oil in there...and the check engine light goes on and off

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Engine oil or transmission oil?

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it sounds like the bad oil pump to me, before you replace the oil pump one more thing you need to check. If your car is a automatic transmission


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2. change the transmission fluid and fiter,
hope this can help.

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you say that it occurs on highway driving after 2 hours and that slipping will add friction heat to the transmission oil bringing on the oil temp light
take it to an accredited transmission professional service center that works on your make of vehicle , have the oil changed which require the pan removal
at the same time that will allow the adjustments to be done
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