Without trying to sound argumentative or apprehensive, transmissions are mechanical devices. They have to warm up. Oil is thick, gears and metal parts need a chance to become adjusted to anticipated conditions. Not much different than the human body. You wouldn't jump out of bed and immediately run a 100 yard dash. Would you ?
Respectively, your transmission should not be expected to perform perfectly, when it just gets out of bed. just my .02 for what ever its worth.
I agree with you. I can understand having problems with the trans
when it got down below the 40s I could let it pass. But i've been having problems with mine in the low 60s and i'm just driving slowly in town.