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T84F150 Trans delays shift up to OD

6 cylinder equipped automatic tranny accelerates & shifts up to 45-50 mph normally then wont shift into OD (overdive) unless I let off the throttle a bit or keep on the throttle and it finally kicks in after 60 mph with a bit of a thud/clunk. Before I go messing with linkage adjustment wanted to get some feedback.

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Aod tranny could be sticky clutches try changing fluid and filter if no change looking at rebuild

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