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Old 01-06-2019, 03:51 PM
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Transmission slow to shift into drive

I have a 94 F-150 with a straight 6 cylinder engine and an automatic transmission that has around 200k miles on it. For a couple of years now it has had a random problem with being slow to shift into drive sometimes. It will always shift into reverse right away but sometimes it can take a minute or two to shift into drive. It usually shifts into drive faster after it has been driven for a little while but not always. It seems to help when I put it in reverse first and then shift into drive but that might just be because that uses up some of the wait time. I have not noticed any other shifting problems while driving after it goes into gear. Has anyone else run into this problem before or does anyone have any suggestions about what is wrong? I don't have much mechanical experience but I am having fun learning a lot of stuff while working on my truck.
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