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98 ford explorer 4.0 with a automatic transmission when you slow down and almost stop it jerks and fills like it is in the transmission can you tell you what it is?

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2007-03-22 22:57:08
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The problem that you described could be cause by several things. It might be best to take your vehicle to a transmission specialist to determin what the CAUSE of the problem in. you can try to fix the EFFECT, but if you dont fix what is causing it, then you are throwing your money away.. Macs Transmissions (Houston, TX) 281-394-4951 macstransmissions@gmail.com

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