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Transmission Problem Transmission is not shifting correctly. I replaced the 3-4 shift sylenoid and the torque converter lock up sylenoid. On the drivers side of the transmission are two, what appears to be band adjustments. Can you confirm or tell me what they might be? And can you tell me the adjustment specs sense I moved them both and made it run worse. Seems like these adjustments affect the engine running smoothness also. HELP. Thanks, Dave

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Band adjustment goes like this, Break the jamb nut loose and back it off a couple of turns then torque the center stud to 10 ft pounds then back it off 2 turns and tighten the jamb nut.
Jim

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