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I would start by changing the trans filter and fluid, and go from there . it could be your overdrive acting up try to drive it in 3 and see if it happens, how many miles are on it ? and sometimes you can lightly apply brake and get o.d. to kick out not sure on yours if that works or not, because if you can get it to kick out then you can diagnoise if it is the culprit ! sounds like it though, at Car Quest Auto they sell additive that is supposed to take care of shuddering in o.d. but can't remember the name of it ...sorry
white smoke usually means blown head gaskets,have radiator fan checked,water pump,check coolant for oil in coolant,could be blown in between cylinders,causing coolant to go out exhaust,have compression check done on cylinders.
the monitors should have set by now. usually its around 50 miles. and a couple cold starts. i would have the computer scanned if the monitors have not set and youve driven quite abit more than this. we change batteries all the time and usually have all the monitors set in a couple hours.
I have an 04 Malibu and when I get hard starts when I'm in the car I just press the accelerator down about half way and it always starts right up, some times I have to hold the accelerator down a little after starting to stop it from stalling but it is rare.