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the tranny is probably going out, but try a fluid and screen change. keep in mind if the tranny is going out, i have seen a fluid and screen change stop them from shifting altogether

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Q: Why is a 1992 Ford Thunderbird starting to shift really hard on acceleration and also slowing down?
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