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Automatict ranmission in 88 ford bronco 2 is not shifting into overdrive,

There are 2 wires hanging down with a half moon rubber plug with 2 female plugins inside. There is also sometype of solenoid on the top of front part of transmission with 2 flat male plugs sticking up. Can anyone help me. Merry Christmas

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Plug the female into the male ,dont force it ,use a flash light to see the shape of the plug so you can plug it in right...make sure engine is off and in park..

Posted on Nov 29, 2012

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SOURCE: 1995 buick century transmission trouble

Most likely causes is the OD shift solenoid or less likely the VSS

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

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SOURCE: 1990 ford bronco 302 auto transmission shifting problem

Check that you don't have a cable from throttle to transmission that is partially seized and just needs to be lubed up. Probably be able to follow it down and see where attached at tranny and make sure moving freely at both ends. I usually found linkage at tranny tight, and lubed until moving freely. It's like it's stuck in passing gear.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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SOURCE: overdrive Problem

inside the transmission...i doubt u could repair it yourself....

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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SOURCE: transmission does not always shift into overdrive

Governor pressure sensor or solenoid is going bad. To replace them drop the tranny pan, remove the filter , and the parts are pretty ez to get to. These aren't cheep thou, but replace them as a set. Parts will probly run about $200.

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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SOURCE: f150 transmission neutralizes when shifts to overdrive

I have that exact same truck and transmission and My Transmission did the exact same thing about a year ago and there was some kind of snap ring inside the transmission that broke. I originally thought it had to be an electirical problem because the truck shifted fine until OD or if i turned OD off. The 4r70w is a light transmission and i would suggest you have a shift kit put in and they make a heavier kit to beef it up.. Sorry its probably not the new you were looking for.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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