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Have to let it warmup before it will go into gear

(1990 Ford Bronco)
in Clyde, OH on December 25, 2017
if I don't let it warmup it takes a bit before iy goes into gear if I stop it takes a few seconds before it goes back into gear and moves
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on December 26, 2017
Recommend transmission service .. Drain fluid - change filter and refill .. DO NOT have the transmission flushed!!
on December 26, 2017
Check the transmission fluid level. If you are low you will get a delay in engagement. When the fluild warms up it expands and could be the reason why it moves once warm.

Alex
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