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Cirrus NO Move!

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I went out to gas up Cirrus... No shift either F or R. I shut it off & restarted. After a few minutes, I got shift. Low ATF on stick. Drove to town, added ATF a little at a time... took nearly a quart! WTF?? I don't trust it now. I was gonna go visit my brother for the weekend... I still am but CTD is going. I don't see any leaks or drips on the ground... always a chance of blown cooler in radiator. I see a trip to local tranny shop in my future.Russ

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I remember my father having this problem with thier Stratus. I will have to ask him what ever became of it next time I hear from him.

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I got the Cirus back from the transmission shop rather quickly. Transmission was fine after they replaced a rotted out line & refilled it with ATF. I'm glad it was so simple.Russ

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It probably did not help the fluid condition running it so low that it did not move right away, I would pump out what is easy and replace it a couple of times - and put it on the PM list every 4-5 oil changes.keydl

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