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Old 07-21-2010
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When I put my truck from park to drive there is a 5-8 sec delay, then it goes into gear...and when it does it jerks a little. I just put this in yesterday and had another thread on it which is resolved. But this not going into gear is not going away. Putting it into reverse seems not to take as long and it doesnt jerk when I do, only does from park to drive. Any clue?
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Does it have enough fluid?
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Yea, fluid is right on mark.
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