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There is a clunking noise in the automatic transmission of my '2000 Mazda Pickup,SEV6 B4000,V6.This noise is not constant and the engine seems to surge upwards on occasion.Can you help?

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Both the Clunking and RPM increase, indicates
your transmission is due for a rebuild

It is worn & also slipping

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