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If you had your transmission fixed but it still does not shift smoothly is that normal?


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2015-07-16 18:14:40
2015-07-16 18:14:40

If the original problem was the transmission not shifting smoothly then no it is not normal. Take it back to where you had the trans fixed and let them know. If they are an honorable business and their repair was recently they will fix it, if they put up a stink about it and their repair was recently then you may need to contact your Better Business Bureau. If its been awhile since the repair then the businesses warrenty may have expired. But still consult the business and they may help you out.


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