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I ran out of powersteering fluid and now my transmission wont go inti R N D D only goes into 1low slighty without much power goes slow!i live in vancouver but im in victoria i need to find a solution fast , my dad was just taken in for surgery in mapleridge for a pacemaker .so can someone help me with a way i can get it running enough to get home on the mainland

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Lo que paso es que se te quemo la transmision por sobreesforzarse y necesitas cambiarla
puedes comprar otra en los pick a part o en las refaccionarias
y necesitas a un mecanico que te la cambie

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