Transmission Jerking into Reverse
I just recently noticed my Transmission has began to jerk into reverse when I go to back up. It seems worse if its in Drive, and I go to reverse, and yes this is completely stopped. It will jerk, and if you open the door you can literally hear it shift into reverse, and it makes a clunking sound. I've never flushed the transmission since I've had it, good idea to do now, or is there a possibility that its unrelated, or its something more serious? I haven't had any actual shifting issues that I can think off whilst driving. It works in reverse just fine once its in reverse, and it does immediately go to reverse, just with what to me feels like a jarr which I know you get a small jarr from anyway, but never this bad. This seems to be a big jerk. Any ideas?
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