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722.6 Transmission problem

After rebuilt transmission about 6 months ago. problem goes like this 1-2 shift little firm rest ok. then I come to a stop and the next set of shifts that little firm will be on the 2-3 shift, the I stop and on the next series of shifts it will occure on the 3-4.. After that it will start all over starting at the 1-2 again... Also not all the time but most of the time it will happen on the 2-1 also... Can u help me???/

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Check to see if the pressure control solenoid is working correctly

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    check to see if the pressure control solenoid is working correctly

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Did you reset the adaptations in the trans. cont. unit.

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