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When i either are stopping or taking off it seems that the transmission is not in gear. it spins for a quick second and then its good to go. would that be the tourque converter or something else?

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It will need to be rebuilt to solve that,
most likely

Posted on May 25, 2011

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Check the motor mounts first. What condition are they in? If the motor mounts are old and sagging, they will apply undue stress to the transmission and keep it from shifting properly, especially in lower gears/speeds.

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