Help me please automatic 97 A4 gear engaging issue

Hi I'm new to this please excuse my inexperience. Help pleaseep...... i'm in great need of a solution before this pretty automatic 97 A4 1.8T Non
Quatro gives up on us. Somehow can't seem to change gears smoothly without being slow. Tried visiting the tranny shop, changed spark plugs and ignition coil all in vain even after costing this much. Please if you know of a solution to this i'd really appreciate it. I enjoy riding this car and don't want to loose it I'm in Seattle WA.
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yet another shop who change parts that make absolutely no difference and still charge the customer................bloody good business their in.
please explain "without being slow". Do you mean it drops in revs during the gear change or the gear change takes a long time.
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****Thanks for replying when changing gear the rpm goes as high as 4 rpm which it shouldn't got any clue?
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A4ridr wrote:

*** Sorry forgot to mention it takes a long time engaging feels like the car is going to stop

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4 rpm ????
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** apparently the no 3 cylinder is not giving sparks. The spark plugs were changed and also replaced the ignition coil 2. Yes its unbelievable but the gears are changing at 4-5 rpm it sounds horible. Any clue?
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