No, it idles fine, it cruises fine, and it shift very good. It just shutters/vibrates at a stop while in Drive.
So it does not idle rough but it vibrates at stop signs?
Well I am sorry. I don't have enough info to help you.
I will leave this question open.
Yes! I think that is why it seems to jerk when I move the automatic shift selector from Drive to 2, 1 or Reverse.
I am going to have you check for codes when this happens. Be sure its within the same key cycle or close to it. Here is the procedure.
Cycle the ignition switch On-Off-On-Off-On within 5 seconds.
Count the number of times the malfunction indicator lamp (check engine lamp) on the instrument panel flashes on and off. The number of flashes represents the diagnostic trouble code. There is a slight pause between the flashes representing the first and second digits of the code. Longer pauses separate individual trouble codes.
Just looking at the Tach it is around 800 RPM. I did the diagnostic check and it read 55. That appeared to be the only code that came up.
HHmmm... that seems to be ok.
I am have a hard time trying to figure this out.
In your opinion, is the problem in the trans or something with the engine.
This will at least give me a direction to go.
Sounds like the tcc solenoid my be acting up. That is odd that it did not set a code.
I'm not sure which solenoid this is but I know the external solenoid pack was replaced a year ago with a new one.