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I assume the rear shoes where replaced,was this a problem before replacing the rear shoes?Adjust the rear shoes out to where the wheel drags just a littl when turning it by hand,then if you need to,bleed the brakes,bleed the master cylinder,then the right rear,left rear,then right front,and left front,do not run out of brake fluid during this proccess.
There are shift solenoids in the transmission and apparently there's a problem them. I would get it to a trany shop and have it checked right away. If you continue to drive it you will ruin the transmission. Are sure you put the right computer in the vehicle? If you put a computer from a Bronco II with a manual trans in a vehicle with an automatic trans, the trans won't work right.
Check the fluid level, top it off if needed, look for a fill to line on the side of the reservoir. Check rear brake shoes/pads, are they too worn? Replace with new ones. Bleed all 4 wheels, starting with the farthest one, then go to next farthest, and so on. Look for leaks inside the rear wheels. Adjust rear brakes (if shoes not pads).
It has been a long time since I saw one of these of this age, but I am fairly sure it is a hydraulic unit. They consist of a master cylinder on the firewall and a slave inside the bell housing. There is an access hole on the bottom of the bell housing. You can see movement of the throw out bearing on the pressure plate from it. I would verify that the system has fluid in it (small canister mounted to the side of the left fender by hood hinge). If so, check for movement on the ctuch plate as someone moves clutch pedal.
It could be the clutch assy being bad or the hydaulic system. Regardless, it you go through the work of changing the clutch, change the slave cylinder. It really sucks to take a chance and them have to pull it all over again to change the slave the 2nd time around. They bleed just like a brake system only they are more difficult to get working just right. Bleed, bleed, bleed!