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Car slipping at 35 MPH

1991 Ford Mustang 5.0 was slipping. Replaced transmission and it still slips but always around 35MPH. Once past 35MPH the problem does not re-occur. Anyone have any advice?

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    Aftersetting for about 10 minutes with engine off it drove at a normal speed although there seemed to be a small slip in the transmission

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Are you sure it's slipping and not just missing, i'd check my electrical(plugs, wires, coil pack, etc.) sorry the new trans did'nt fix it i feel your pain.

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