Q: Transmission slipping upon warm up

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My transmission is slipping after my car warms up. It also stops running after about 45 minutes.

Hi there. This issue is quite common on vehicles such as yours. I would suggest having a certified mechanic take a closer look into diagnosing your transmission issue.

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