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The best advice I can give you is drain the transmission fluid and remove the tranny filter(requires removal of transmission pan), flush several quarts of tranny fluid through with the pan removed to grab any residual oil,replace tranny filter with a new one, reinstall pan, re-fill tranny pan with proper oil and add a whole bottle of "Lucas Transmission Stabilizer". The stabilzer works wonders with the slipping, although if you keep driving it the way it is now you will at worst "grenade" your tranny, if you take the steps above you could still get a lot of life out of it provided no serious damage has already been done. Seek a mechanic if you are not familar with the disassembly mentioned above.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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