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You may have a throttle position sensor starting to act up. That's the system anyway. The unfortunate thing is, you have to replace the entire throttle body. Unlike most cars, it's not removable. On the fan....do you mean it's constantly loud like an airplane or big rig?
hi mate , sounds like the SPIGOT bearing its a little bearing that allows the gearbox to be at a different seed than the engine flywheel and if this is in bad condition it will take the gearbox front shaft to a higher speed than comfortable for gearshift , in the meantime when you go for 1st or reverse gear just engage a gear like 4th without taking your foot off the clutch and then go for 1st or reverse, this will stop the gearbox spining long enough for a smooth shif, oNLY USE THIS METHOD WHILE STaTIONARY and see a professional when you get time.
Some modern vehicles when change the shift pattern while the engine is cold, by keeping the vehicle in a lower gear for a higher rpm while the engine is cold, the engine warms up faster, to reduce emissions. (Emissions are higher while the vehicle is cold)
What you may be experiencing is that the shift from first to second occurs at a higher rpm when the engine is cold than when warm. This can lead to an abrupt or hard shift. At higher speeds, the shift between gears either may not be changed, or just does not feel as hard as the 1st to 2nd shift.
If this is the case, then your dealer is telling you the truth and there is nothing he can do.