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I have a 2002 volkswagon jetta gls 1.8t with automatic and manual transmission. when i am accelerating, i am neutralizing in 3rd and 5th gear, sometimes even 4th. my car revs and doesn't want to go at the speed it's suppose to be. i have to accelerate very slowly for my car to catch it's gears. what is the problem and what would it cost me to fix it?

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