In the morning, when first running the car, the transmiision seems to not want to go in drive. I let the car warm up, then put in drive and the transmission finally engages. It seems to shift fine all day throughout all speeds, including O/D.
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cold slips. can be, clogged filter.
cold AFT will not flow well in any clogged filter.
if lucky this can be it.
do not let it slip or the clutch packs burn to a crisp fast !
get a full flush and filter. and cross fingers.
ill assume the ATF levels is no low or too high. right>
do not guess at method or guess AFT types. ask. or read the operators guide, in the glove box. if not lost, if lost buy one?
it sounds like the trans filter needs changed. the fluid will be thicker when its cold and will not pass through the clogged filter as easy. As you drive it the fluid heats up and becomes thinner then is able to pass through easier.
Check transmission fluid level to make sure its not LOW. Remember checking fluid make sure vehicle is warm and sitting on a flat surface and vehicle is running. If LOW just add fluid and that should take care of problem. If NOT it may be that the timing belt was not set 100% on timing may be a little retarded or this problem may be coincidental and not even related to the job that was done and tranny may be going bad. Good Luck and contact if you need more help. Thanks for using FIX YA