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« on: June 16, 2009, 01:49:08 PM »

My tranny just started to slip in 2nd gear when I manual shift getting on the car hard Saturday. Flet normal under normal driving condistions. The fluid level is OK (maybe a tinybit overfilled, not much at all) , looks and smells fine, has only about 1,800 miles on the tranny and motor, yet done a few years ago before I bought the car. Should I drop the pan and replace filter and fluid, look for any damage, what would I look for?...Local quotes are $1,200 to rebuild, can bands be adjusted, servo-pin?
Thanks, I am learning as I go here, could tackle some work, just tranny work is out of my league I think.

1969 Camarao Convertible
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