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When a'm driving down the road it acts like the transmition won't to jump out of gear kinda vibrates you can let up on the gas it's is ok or you can give the gas and it's ok it's a automatic transmition.

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Common indication of transmission problems happens when the transmission jumps out of gear while moving. Most noticeably, the linkage jumping problems will occur from the reverse position. Jumping out of gear indicates that the linkage holding the gears can be worn or broken. Often the gears will return to normal when the car is put back into first gear, but the transmission should be checked, because the slippage could be the beginning of serious problems that won't allow the gears to shift at all. Here's a link for you to diagnose transmission problems.


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