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Automatic tranmission will not shift when cold.

1995 toyota 4 runner, automatic tranmission will not shift unless ran for a few miles, no matter what the temp is outside. I can get it to shift by letting off the gas pedal. filter and fluid was changed roughly 300 miles ago.

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Check the vacuum line.

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