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2003 ram 1500, when cold at first start, put into drive transmission will not catch at first, after warm ed up seems ok, this is not every time.

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I used to have a 96 caravan that did the opposite of your problem. It was a shift silenoid that had a bad seal. cost about $60.00 to fix myself. Maybe you have the same problem.

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