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Your 1990 automatic 300zx wont shift gears automatically you have to let off the gas for a second to get it to shift is there a sensor bad or is it the tranny?

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2005-12-29 03:11:35
2005-12-29 03:11:35

I had the same problem. I found that my 2nd and 4th gears were worn to the point of non existance.

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