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Transmission not engaging from cold start. Fluid level within ok range. Transmission engages at high rpm with a jolt. Doesn't do this every time, but occasionally.

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Transmission needs to have filter & fluid service, at that time the bands need to be adjusted to Spec. good luck.

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