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I just put a used auto trans EO4D in my 93 F-150. It works in 1, 2, R but won't shift by itself. I tried adjusting the control cable to no avail, and the linkage on the tranny moves freely when disconnected from the cable. Everything seems to work except the auto clutch. Could I've misinstalled the torque converter, it seemed to be properly seated and bolted evenly to the flywheel, no ominous noises. I put about 7 quarts of ATF fluid in, no leaks The used parts place offers a 30 day warranty and they expected it to work fine. What could I have missed? Thanks for any help-Bob

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Take it back to the salvage yard and they can drive and inspect it. Most likely its a bad trans. If the torque converter is wrong your truck would not move in any gear.

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