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After engine start in the morning no move in D but move in L(low)?

After the first engine start in the morning, the vehicle moves in L(low) and then you can change to D(drive). This has to do with the tranny filter?

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It could be that try doing a tranny service and put lucas tranny treatment in with the new fluid remember dont fill the tranny wit fluid and add the lucas you must never overfill the tranny replace one quart of fluid wit the lucas

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