That sounds like your torque converter is draining over time. This could be normal (if the delay is very short after the vehicle has been sitting for a while), or indicative of a problem with the spin-on type filter in the transmission pan. Have you had your trans serviced and these filters replaced? Some of the 2005's had a defect in this filter that would cause the symptoms you describe.I heard almost 500k were recalled with about 300k in the US.idk if it's a the same problem but there have been a couple times where I started mine,put it in drive right away,gave it gas and it acted like it was in neutral for a second.guess we will see!
We're in Sydney Australia and received the recall letter from Chrylser Aust last week.Anyone notified yet?