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Start driving will not shift till i reach a higher rpm then i have to back off the throttle till it drops into gear the i have to ease the throttle up for the next gear change.

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Sounds like trans filter is starting clog up. Sometimes cold, fluid needs to warm up and expand. Depending on last time you did it, trans fluid & filter change is in order.

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