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I have a BMW 320i 1995 v6 automatic transmission when I start the it's normal bt when I put it in drive n drive while shifting it takes time doesent shift normaly the rpm rises bt the car is nt goin is soun sm say that it smthing about the computer wires bt I wanna make b4 doin anything in my country (Oman) the dealers dnt know the problem the told me to keep the car to check it n all bt the said we dnt know n by the way the checked the gear box the engine they run smoothly I hop you guyz cn help take care

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Are you getting a transmission warning light in the dash? If you get a warning light, you should have someone check the thermistor that reports the transmission temperature to the ECU. If you are not getting a warning light, it is probably time for a transmission rebuild.
A '95 probably has over 200,000 miles on it by now, right? If it has ever been treated roughly, and/or if the fluid has not been replaced every 50k miles or so, the transmission is due for some work.

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