Al, I have had this same thing happen and it can be tough to find the reason, There is a way to install a check valve down on the left rear side where the charge oil leaves the case (It has been talked about on here with the things you need to do it), this can help, then isolate components one at a time to try and find if one of them is letting standby oil pressure escape too quickly. The thing to think about is the charge oil supply stops as you press the clutch pedal down,so the reserve is what is in the oil cooler, or on console models the storage tank out front.if the trans pump is bad it will let oil barf back past the worn gears, plus not supplying a strong charge to start with, if this is freshened up and the problem still exists a component such as the brake valve ,Scv,steering,could be leaking through using up the reserve oil supply as you feather the clutch while backing, or edging forward.
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