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Car not taking off for a few seconds after put into gear

When i put my jeep in gear it will sit there for a few seconds then takes off and runs normal what might be the problem, it is an automatic.also 6 cylinder.but transmission doesn't slip after taking off.

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It could be ur trany fillter or ur vacume addvance try a trny service

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