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Galant transmission problems

I have a 1995 galant that doesn't shift well. When I run it for about 3 minutes it shifts and drives fine, but after that it doesn't shift past 2nd or sometimes 1st gear. It shifted perfect before this started happening. No slips or jurks when I would shift out of park. What could be wrong?

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    I know the level of fluid is good, I didn't notice the fluid color or texture. I check that next. Thanks.

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Have you checked your tranny fluid level, also does it smell burnt or really look brown or milky?

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