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Transmission will stop pulling when it get hot

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Do a tranny service that should fix it

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If it's an automatic, I think your transmission is gone. Done. Done in.
If the engine wants to roar, but the legs won't move, well, it's the transmission. When the fluid inside it gets hot again, the gears start slipping.
That's my take on it, humphrey, but of course check the fluid level and quality or appearance and smell, you know, before you do anything. If it was real low on fluid, like over a couple of quarts or even one, you might get lucky and keep it full and not have any more problem. If the fluid is real dark, dark brown or dark red, and has a distinctly burnt smell, ...that's very not good. The fluid should be clear and red or pink in color. Have someone confirm or not if your transmission is bad. good luck.

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1st way is to check it when the reansmission is still cold, whild the engine is running and it's in park. Pull out the dip stick to the transmission which should have a red handle. Pull it out and clean it and push it back in and pull it out again, at the end of the dip stick there are markings which should say cold and hot. If your transmission is still cold do to your just started it. The oil level should at least be in the cold markings or just above. 
2nd way is the same as the first, just your transmission has been working. Say you have been driving and stop for gas and everything is hot and you check your transmission oil. The you'ld look to see if your transmission oil is up to the full mark where it say's hot. 
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Check for oil level and texture of the oil. Oil should be free of bubbles and have a bright red in colour. If there are sign's of bubbles in the oil or the fuild is dark burgundy colour. it's time for a tansmission oil and filter change. Try not to do a transmission flush if you have over 80,000 miles. 
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with it sitting for a year the filter is probably restricting the fluid flow

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