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Doesn't shift into second gear unless you release the gas peddle

Denali first gear revs up and does not change to second until I release gas then slowly press back on the gas and if I am doing 100 km on hwy then press has to pass the trans dropps a gear and it sounds like it goes into netruel and rpm flyies up , can someone please email me eagleeyezcorp@yahoo.ca

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