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Have you checked the fluid condition, if it dirty or discolored, or if there is clutch material in the pan, the torque converter is likely failing. If you have not had a look at the fluid and filter that would be the next steps.
Yes to both. I would start with inspecting the fluid condition and for any signs of material in the pan and start first with doing a complete flush and adding some fresh fluid and see if that will solve the problem. If you have access to a compatible scan to you can also check the solenoid. Perform the Torque Converter Clutch test using a compatible scan tool. The engine should stall when running this test. If it does not, then it is likely a mechanical problem in the transmission. If the engine stalls as it should go forward with a flush and new fluid.