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Tranny problem....wont shift right away!

I have a 2.0 Accord with an A/T. After starting the engine (from its 30 or more minutes of slumber, the Reverse and Drive gears wont work unless i rev up the engine 2 to 3 times (of course, with my other foot on the brakes while the shifter is on "D" or "R". The gears engage (with a loud clicking sound) after the regular ritual and works fine after....until i turn the engine off again and restart after a few minutes. Fluids are within recommended level. Is there a filter that I can replace? Or is the problem mechanical in nature? Help.

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You have a bad pump in you tranny

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