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I would not use any one that has a transmission control module unless yours already has one. They do make TCMs aftermarket but you have to wire everything in and make sure its compatable for your application.
Your transmission does not give the greatest service in the world. it
is a GM design and they were prone to have internal problems. There has also been a couple of software updates that Volvo has put out
since your vehicle was manufactured. It would be my recommendation to
have the transmission properly serviced, (to make sure we have the
correct fluid level and condition) and to be sure we had the latest
software installed in the Transmission Control Module before we condemn
the transmission.They usually do not repair the transmission. They replace it and would cost you around $2500. If it doesn't help, you may consider Aamco transmissions for this
repair. They are experienced in rebuilding vs. replacing your existing
unit and that may be more economical than replacing the unit. They will
also give a 12/12 warranty on their work.
Tighten the band adjustment to 18 inch pounds it is a stud with a locking nut on the side of the transmission it is the one located toward the rear of the transmission not the one towards the front that is the 1st/reverse band adjust replace the modulator if problem persists sometimes they stick