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When I take off it's all good but after the first shift it's not. If I'm pressing on the gas it's like it wants to shift to the next gear but doesn't,and then it sounds like I'm revving the motor and losing power.it's an 2004 automatic chevy tahoe,all my fluids are good.what could be the problem?

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