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Car flutters when try to increase speed. - 2001 Nissan Altima

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Have you checked if your car is leaking transmission fluid??? to check it you must Turn ON your car and put it on reverse and then check your transmission oil. if you notice that it has Good oil and when you drive... you notice that the transmission shifts good but your still have a flutter when you increase speed. you might wanna check The Drive Arm. Sometimes it does that when it needs to be replaced

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