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What transmission problem can cause a slight pull when stopping?

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If you mean when the vehicle is supposed to be standing stationary, a slight inclination ot move forwards on a level road is normal in an automatic. If the pull is excessive, the simplest thing is to reduce the idle speed slightly. If this does not answer your question, please give us a little more clarification on what you mean.

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