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Im disabled and cant afford to get expert advise hoping u can help me after car is warmed up the tramission slips shifts fine when cold

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Sorry but i dont think anyone can help here only a autobox reconditioner ,it sounds to me like the front clutch in teh gearbox is worn and its slipping ,could be a operating piston but i doubt this as its working when cold but as it warms up the clutch is starting to slip ,ask a local mechanic to have a drive and confirm is the best advice i can offer

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