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My 2005 ml350 slips on acceleration

My ml350 slips on take off

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    tokidoki3311 Jun 25, 2012

    What I'm feeling is a very minor slip then pop. So I would need a new ******?



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If the transmission is slipping and I assume that is what you mean then it is going to need an overhaul. Once an auto transmission slips it is done.

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