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Acceleration problem with manual transmission

My 1992 chevy truck does not accelerate properly when I shift to 3rd it lags the rpms go up but it is slow to respond. I am afraid that my whole tranny is going. Any ideas

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It sounds like you are correct. Sorry, Dan

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