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90 GMC 5.7liter motor.Transmission will sometimes when put in drive not engage.If I wait a few minutes,it will engage and works fine after that.Mostly does this when outside temps are cold (28 to 40 degrees).Makes no noise and does not slip.This is a 4x4 truck.

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The filter might be clogged/old and the cold makes the fluid heavy. With the 700r4 transmission its always best to let it warm up for a few minutes.

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