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I would first check the fluid level. If it is a little low it could cause the slow shift. I would also recommend putting in a can of TRANS X. It will clean up the valves inside of the tranny. I did this with my 2001 malibu and never had trouble again. I have 290,000 miles on it!
There isn't a dipstick on the overdrive transmissions this is one of chevys better ideas.This is how you check this car you have to have car at normal operating temp.car jacked up that you can get underneath the middle back part of the trans housing.car running in parkthere are 2 plugs on the back of the housing near the center of the firewall area of the trans they should use either 10mm or 11mm wrench to loosen them you remove upper one only and fluid should drip out this small hole becareful if overfull it will come out all overyou and can burn you if it is hot.Now after all that depending on when the trans was built some of them did have a tiny dipstick that was on top of trans under the brake master cylinder under hood area.GOOD LUCK
wires from the horn run down the steering column and pass the area where the shift linkage is also in the column. its either a loose wire, or a chafted wire inside the column. Be VERY careful working on this if you have airbags. they must be disarmed before you work on the column.