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Transmission ok, the car is slipping a little and after it has sit awhile when you get in it put it in reverse or drive it takes3/4 sec. to catch or when getting on highway it takes a min or so to shift through it's cycle is there anything you can think of besides the solenoid? thank you for all your help

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Slipping is one thing selenoid is another slipping is there many little paper tin cluch inside there worn that why you have slipping solenoid it gonna make the trany change hard or stay ingauge take long time to shift through low pressure pump is weak ,oil not to good valve inside trany the bottom line is and im sorry to say our tranny dont have long to live you can try and tick aditif help build up pressure clean valve help the oil to regain is lubbing power .hope it help fixya our post thanks pierre

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