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What would make your 1992 geo metro with a strong trans only shift on its own when it over 80 degrees out side temp under 80 you have to shift it 123?

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2006-06-27 22:46:53
2006-06-27 22:46:53

You probably need to change the transmission fluid and filter. You don't say how many miles you have on this car but it's a recommended service at least every 50,000 miles.

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