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· ROFLcopter
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I know this is a different vehicle entirely, but my ford does this, it's recently been in the 20's, and low teens at night, my truck will sit for 15 hours, when I start it in the morning, and plop it into gear, reverse will work to back out, put it into drive, it will go, and then nothing, throw it in N for a few seconds and back into D and it's fine. I have found that warming the truck up in N has eliminated the problem. Once again, different truck/trans/motor entirely.
 

· ROFLcopter
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Try letting it idle in neutral for a min or two before you get going. Could just be cold fluid being slow or something leaking back and the system needing to prime.
Exactly what I do! Once it has been driven a few miles, all is well on the home front!:mullet:
 
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