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Old 03-22-2006, 04:50 PM   #31
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TJ,

Have you changed or had the fluid changed yet? Get a good look at the magnet?

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kinda an update. I have been driving it the way it is and everything had been going well. Two days ago i was on an off ramp turning and the car stalled out. So i restarted and everything was fine. Then last night i was sitting waiting for somebody and noticed my voltage drop to about 10 (doubt it has something to do with it), and then it went back up but now everytime i hit the window switch it goes down and i hear a loud humming noise. And then today i was leaving church and the check oil light came on and the car shut off. Checked the oil and everything was fine. So any ideas?
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TJ, I would suggest you start a new thread in Everything Electrical. People looking at this for the first time would think you still have a trans issue.
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