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Gear switch problem

I have a 99 Honda Accord EX, when I drive it struggles to go into gear and then jerks...is it the transmission or could it be the converter?

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If this Occures Throughout the Transmissions Range of SHIFTING GEARS this IS A "Transmission Problem" It Sounds as if this is the Problem See a Trans. Shop .

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