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My pontiac Gran Prix is stuck in third gear, why?

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Check tranny fluid. if thats good then it sounds like your bands are sticking. go to autozone and buy a bottle of "lucas tranmission additive". this is the best on the market. do not buy the cheap stuff. this "lucas transmission additive" will be rather thick so it will take about 10 minutes to drain into your transmission filler port. drive around for aboud 10-15 minutes and you should be fixed......tell me if this fixes your problem.

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