My daughter has a 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe and says once a day or so wjile driving it feels like it slips into neutral. She has had the fluid changed, but problem continues. No indicator lights or codes come up. Any help?
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Linkage probly needs ajust. Chec fluid level and cond. Low pressure in trans from wornparts. Or torque convertr is bad...which is a separate mech.Get a haynesbook for details or go to a privateshop w reputation
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