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94 Pontiac Transport 31L has problems downshifting and dies when car comes to a stop but only when in drive?

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2005-10-04 11:18:20
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the torque converter clutch soelinoid needs to be replaced.your computer should have a trouble code.(tcc.error-###) it is labor intensive repair and should be serviced by seasoned mechanic.

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