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2006 Dodge Stratus 1.4l Harsh shudder from first to second gear. No codes, can do a quick learn and problem goes away for a couple of miles then comes back. New filter and flush didn't help, my best guess is internal failure and ned a new Trans. Second opinion?

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A better solution is to have a good trans shop diagnose the problem and estimate what its going to need to fix it. fluid flushes never fix problems. its done as maintenence

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