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Transmission questions I boughta 1992 f150 with a 302. The guy put a c6 tranny in it but it was out of a floor shifter truck and mine is a column shifter ( automatic). The gears are backwards in the truck, park is low and low is park. I was wandering if there was a peice to fix this problem or will i have to tear into the tranny? If so, where can i find the partor what repairs do i need to make in order to get the problem fixed? Also, is there anyway you can tell me what type of tranny came out of the truck. Thank you for any advice

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The shift plate that attaches to the transmission just needs to be pulled off and rotated 180 degrees,So if it is currently facing up,just face it down and reattach the linkage.

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