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It has been shifting really hard you start driving and it jolts you, this has been going on about 2 weeks and then this morning the speedometer would not work.

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Bad fuse, Speedo don't work, radio memory, dome and shifts hard. Happens to me every time someone stands on my roof.

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U need transmisson fliud

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