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Transmisssion shifts slow when going from 1st to 2nd gear.

This happens when accelerating or decelerating, especially when under a strain or when engine is cold. If not under a strain or cold, shifting seems fine , Other gears don't seem to be affected.This causes car to shift hard.

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Try to get some lubrication on any cables &/or linkages to transmission, it sounds like they are sticking a bit.

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