Question about 2001 Dodge Intrepid
Emission control system shouldn't affect the transmission from shifting properly. It an affect engine performance, but not transmission. I would check your transmission fluid level to ensure it is at the proper fill. In the morning, fluid is cool, and may be slightly low. As it warms up, the fluid expands and then fills enough to properly shift.
Check the fluid with car running and in park. Make sure to clean dipstick before checking to get proper reading. Add fluid in slow increments of .25 qt, then run the vehicle with foot on the brake through all gears on the transmission shifter. Check level again, and continue til the proper level is achieved.
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