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Transmission shifting problem

I can go up to between 10 to 20 miles on the speedometer before shifting up and down. also hard shifting. the single white/red or pink stripe wire has a broken connector. the connector has only a place for one wire.what sensor in that area has a single wire to it?

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This is the modulator, which uses engine speed to control the shifting. You are experiencing what is known as hard shifting, a common complaint of modulator failure
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