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Old 07-21-2006, 11:10 PM   #1
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Default anyone ever have this trans problem?

you are driving along, and for you slam on the brakes to stop for something... and the car temporarily falls into a pseudo-neutral... when you hit the gas, the engine races as if in neutral, and maybe 3 seconds later it drops back into gear...

I realize that when the trans is low on fluid, this happens... as if slamming on the brakes pushed all the fluid to one side...

anyone else notice this
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Can't say that I have. But since you mentioned it, did you check the fluid at all?
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