Question about 1984 Ford F 150
I have an 84 f150 302 w/AOD tranny. Problem free until the muffler started crumbling in the driveway. So the kid in me decides to get true duals put on it. Sounds great by the way. The day after I brought it home from the muffler shop, the transmission shift points mysteriously change. I need to be on the gas to get the tranny to shift from first to second and then second to overdrive. I dont have a tach, but if I had to guess it normally shifted around 3000 rpms, now more like 4500rpms. I thought I stumbled into the answer on this post while searching another similar post, but when I go to look for a vacumn powered tranny control module on my c6, it isn't present. Then I realized that it is probably electronically controled since the vacumn line is not present. Thanks for any help in the resolution of my problem. John
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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