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2001 toyota Prerun/tacoma automatic transmission engages slowly

When placing the truck in drive, infrequently the transmission does not engage immediately. Had the transmission serviced, then the problem started. The fluid was changed using the automated method. The filter was not changed.

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    gear engaged but the truck doesn't move

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Change the filter.

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