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2003 Wrangler doesn't shift smoothly, especially on inclines

I own a 2003 Wrangler Sport with auto transmission. It seems to lag downshifting especially on inclines. I push down on accelerator and it doesn't respond and goes slower and slower, then if I push the accelerator "too far" it really jumps gears. Is this solvable and is it a factory defect?

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