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1988 bronco automatic transmission

My transmission will not shift from 2nd to drive until the transmission is warmed up maybe 5 to 10min of driving. it shifts from 1 st to 2nd good and from drive to over drive. but 2nd to drive it hangs.

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3rd and 4th gear clutches are the same. The overdrive section is worn out thus resulting to this problem. have the transmission repaired with a new overdrive section.

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