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My Pacifica is shifting hard or kinda heavy. My trans fluid is OK

When I accelerate after a stop there's a slight delay (like shifting into 1st gear) in proceeding and then as I slow down to stop there's a heavy down shifting while in automatic mode. When I switch to manual/automatic, it shifts a little harder than usual. I check the auto/trans fluid while the engine is idoling, and the level reads normal.

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    it dont slip or nothing like that it shifts hard i changed the fluid and filter but still does the same thing and some times it dont do it at all.

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I noticed my car doing the same thing after i bought mine you need to take it in and they need to put some shimes this will prevent it from shifting any hard and cause more damages have it inspected imeidiatley

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Sound like electrical problems a cillenod

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