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I have a 2002 Dodge Durango with 98000 miles on

I have a 2002 Dodge Durango SXT 4x4 with 98000 miles on it. recently the transmission will not shift properly from first into second gear. It only does it when you don't warm it up (30 seconds after starting car) and it is still cold. If you alow it to warm up it has no problem. What could be the cause of this? Could it be something simple like a sensor?

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It might even be more simpler than a sensor, have you checked the fluid in it recently? when the fliud gets hot it looses its viscosity thus as it gets warm it gets morry runny and thins out, and then the torque converter has trouble, try that first..i hope this is an auto lol

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