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Tranmission i have a 1999 kia sephia auto trans it dont want to go at first start but after is does find think trns problems??

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Check the automatic transmission fluid level while the engine is running. If it is low, do not drive it. Turn the car off and add some, and check again. Be careful, it's probably going to be warm.

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