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GEAR BOX AUT. SHIFT UP 3000 RPM

My car (grand am 98 ,2.4L) does not shift up until engine have reached up 3000 rpm, but it shifts down succesfully. I have comparate with anoter simmilar car (grand am 96, 2.4l)and there are some missing tube connections. I can't find on my car some components (tubes, vaccum valves) and I think it may be te problem...
could you help me? I'll thank you some pictures or diagrams about the transmission vaccum system of grand am 1998...
Thank's... and please excuse my gramahic. I am just learning english...

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