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I had my transmission flushed and filled last week. I have 36000 miles on my titan 4wd, 5.6l engine. The transmission is now slipping. The oil lube shop put in penzoil multi-vehicle ATF. Could this have caused a problem so soon ( less than 500 miles)? When I called them on Tuesday they agreed to change the oil out to Matic-J from Nissan. This has been done but the xmission still slips under power. No slipping in normal traffic without a trailer.

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