Why aren't any transactions showing up when I filter by a category?

Specifically, when trying to find how much I spent on car related expenses, if I try to search Service & Parts in Trends (which shows 35 transactions in the search window), I suddenly only show 1 transaction.  Yet if I go back to Transactions and search for a specific vendor with a transaction that is categorized as Service & Parts, they will show up for that vendor.  If I search for another vendor, that vendor shows up in the search preview, but if I click that search preview, it says there are no transactions.  If I clear all search criteria and just manually go back to the date of the transaction, that vendor is there and it is categorized by Service & Parts.  Any idea why searching by category or searching for some vendors but not others is resulting in no transactions listed?

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