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SHIFTS FROM FISRT TO SECOND FINE THEN REVS TO 3000 TO3500 RPM BEFORE SHIFTING, SHIFTS FROM FIST TO SECON AROUND 1500 TO 2000 RPMS. REPLACED TRANS. FILTER .WAS TOLD COULD BE CLUTCH

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    wont shift first to second or second to third until high rpms

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