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98 fi50 4r70w when hot and shift from park to drive-no engagement-if shift from park to drive and back to rev will engage ok

No trouble codes -fluid clean and full

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Check your shift linkages. Look for bent rods or worn bushings

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Sounds as though pump inside of tranny is going bad. When hot, fluid loses viscosity and pump may not be able to move it without the shifting dance you've been going through. A Chiltons/Haynes repair manual has an excellent troubleshooting section that covers these kinds of issues.

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