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94 automatic. Hard shifting

From a dead stop....I accelotare and in order to kick in to 1st gear it shifts REALLY hard...like jumps into it. after that the rest of the gears are somewhat okay. Not at all like 1st...HELP! :-(

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I had a problem similar 2 this..i thought i threw out my passing gear and well my trans period i took it over to my uncles shop and it was just a fuse that went out. look at your fuse panel it should be like Automatic or auto shift. try that bro.

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