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Re: Correction to the question I just asked.

(2006 Jeep Liberty)
in North Miami Beach, FL on October 31, 2012
I don't know if the weather has anything to do with it but I made a typing error. The correction is the weather temperature doesn't usually drop that quickly
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of Greg's Orange Auto on October 31, 2012
waht was the orig ? please
on November 01, 2012
Go back to your original post and read globalhelpers response. It's most likely that or corrosion somewhere in cable or trans linkage. Have it diagnosed properly.
on November 01, 2012
Bluffin was right, he said that the weather temperature does not usually drop that quickly.
on October 31, 2012
Yes, the weather temperature doesn't usually drop that quickly.
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