Q: Q: Gears slipping.

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My gears are slipping.

If your automatic transmission is slipping, either the fluid is low or you have internal transmission problems (failed front pump, faulty pressure regulator, etc.). Even checking transmission fluid can be a difficult task, so this is one best left to a professional. Have a certified technician, such as one from YourMechanic, come inspect your vehicle for you.

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