why is my 2005 mazda tribute bang into gear when i reapply the gas pedal after slowing down

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Asked by Mar 25, 2014 at 08:03 PM about the 2005 Mazda Tribute i

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the car shifts fine, when starting from a stop and accelerating up to any speed.... but recently i noticed that if i take my foot off the accelerator, to slow down, and then re apply the accelerator the tranny bangs and jerks the car... i can tell its the tranny .. it almost feels like i threw it into a different gear suddenly while going...it  only happens sporatically, and never happens when just accelerating, or just deccelerating... only mid way going back and forth on the gas pedal.. i had the fluid flushed and changed twice in the past 20.000 miles...

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Have the vehicle looked at, might be your motor or trans mount is broken or maybe it's transmission or driveline related.

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