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g,day i have a problem with the gearbox slipping on start up on my 95 ltd it take about 3 minutes before car moves any help would be great to figger out the problem.

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thanks for your time .
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Have you checked the transmission fluid level. It should be checked with the car idleing in park. There will be a cold or a hot fill lvl

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checked levels all fine. maybe filter in box needs replaceing or incorret fluid.
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It would be a little strange to have the wrong fluid unless someone has been playing with it and you were unaware. Check underneath for any vacume hosees leaking or off any of the vacum units and then i think you may need to look at a service on the transmission such as oil change, filter clean and band adjustment.

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thx. well check
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I think you will fined it will be sticky servos or hard o rings u could try some of that transmission reconditioner if that don't work i think it will be a job for the auto trans specialist .
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