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When I stop at a light or stop sign , I press the gas and it accelerates but it doesn't move only very slow until its gets up to the 3 on the rpms then it moves after that it gets into gear , only does this once in a while ?

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Transmission fluid, low or needs flushed and changed, Tim

Posted on May 28, 2011

  • jessejr Mar 03, 2014

    You were right, tranmission fluid was low...thanks

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