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2003 pt base model vibration between 2nd and 1st gear

 
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Old 05 Sep 2012, 01:25 pm
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Default 2003 pt base model vibration between 2nd and 1st gear

Hi, I brought in the car to dealer last week for 60k transmission service, after the service, when I drive my car out first thing in the morning, it was smooth for the auto transmission to shift from 1st gear to 4th gear, but when decreasing the speed close to the first traffic light, there will be a hick-up type vibration when the the transmission shifts back from high speed gear to low speed gear(the vibration happens between 2nd gear and 1st gear). But after driving for about 2-3 min, the vibration would go away and I was having a hard time to duplicate the problem at the dealer as between my drive to dealer, the car probably already warming up and would not show the problem again.
Anyone had previous experience on that and any idea how to fix that?

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