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GMC Sierria 08

Brand new GMC Sierria with less than 1600 miles, when driven seems to fall out of gear at 20 mph. Gear indicator (the little _ that indicates P, R, D ect) is not displayed. Small tic heard when allpying break.

What could be causing that?

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Brand new, sound as if you have a transmission problem. Take it back to the dealer ASAP.

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