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Car does not shift when cold

93' Caravan does not shift when cold, i have to stop turn it off and then turn back on for it to start to shift.

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You can try a bg trany flush and also have the shift pattern reset, what you do is unhook battery for 3min, then connect batt back start and put in low gear start to drive and shift up as you would what it to shift do the same until you reach drive then it should shift that way unless theres atrany problem, but try that bg flush first,hope this is helpful.

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