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When its cold it seems to slip out of gear rather than change to 3rd. aafter its warm it seems to run like a top

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It will be good to have the gear box oil changed to confirm that the oil within is overused.
If the oil change solves the issue , then have the oil changed once again after the car runs for few months so that the gear box lubrication comes good.
if not the gear box has to be opened to check for faulty links or notches.

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