Q: FORD AUTO TRANSMISSION

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Hi to all experts in auto transmission,  i have a problem with my car stalling when placing gear selector into drive or reverse but not neutral. It occurs also when RPM is at its cold starting indication of around 1000 -1100 rpm. After idling for 2 minutes rpm drops below 1000 rpm and transmission operates normally, and selecting drive /reverse is very smooth and not clunky. Can someone please suggest something? Kind regards Ash

My car has 85000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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