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If it happens on both TCM's (AJ's and OEM) the first thing I would do is check the fluid level. If that is OK, I would suspect a bad VB or dirt/contamination on the VB.

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Quoting to make sure I didn't miss something here lol

lol. No, I missed a post and mine made no sense. Rather than look more like an idiot than I am, I just deleted what I wrote.

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