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Nissan almera 2005, automatic transmission

There are times when the transmission slips into low gear and will not change up even at higher speeds. I have found that if i stop the car, turn off the engine for a short while (say one minute or so)and then restart, the transmission performs normal.

The occurence of this problem is random.

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Gear shifter has got damaged so replace it with a new one.....

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