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You have slippage in trns34 gear could it be electrical?

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2006-07-16 02:27:07
2006-07-16 02:27:07

Check your fluid. If it's brown, instead of red... or it smells burnt... chances are the third and fourth gear clutch packs are in need of replacement.

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