Question about 1990 Nissan Maxima
It sounds like you are starting to develop a serious issue with the inner workings of your transmission, possibly with the torque converter. I'm afraid the only solution to this issue is to have a mechanic look at it, as you might be forced to rebuilt the transmission, or get a used replacement. Unfortunetly they are almost impossible to service yourself, so I would search for someone who can give an assessment and quote for repair, preferably someone who specializes
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