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Old 07-14-2019, 09:06 AM
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It's no going to be a cheap fix. The trans fluid when it is cold the viscosity is thick enough that any minor internal leak doesn't affect the shift, but as the trans warm up the tran fluid viscosity starts to thin out and now that small internal leak does not allow enough pressure for the clutch pack to work as designed. Increasing the engine allow the trans pump to pump more fluid so the pressure build to the point that the clutch pack are being slammed. A rebuild is in order. Don't bother wasting your money with a drain and fill of fresh fluid or trying to get the trans reprogrammed.
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