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Ihave a 1995 1500 all elic. sweaches have front lockes but tran-case will not and no nose what cold it be

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LOW-REVERSE BAND:
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  2. Tighten adjusting screw to 41 in.lb.
  3. Back adjusting screw off 3½ turns, then tighten lock-nut to specifications
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The kick down band adjusting screw is located on the left side, top front of the trans-axle case.
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  2. Using tool No. C-3880-A and adapter tool No. C-3705 , or equivalents, tighten band adjusting screw to72 in.lb.
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