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I just rebuilt the automatic trans in my 95 mustang 5.0 because 3rd and averdrive would not work. i put it back together and now if you can get it to a speed that shift into those gears it works fine but i have no 1st and 2nd. reverse 3rd and overdrive all seem to now work properly

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  • j_small122 Sep 05, 2009

    no but i did have to take it out and now it slips to the point in 1st and 2nd that it will hardly pull itself i really wonder if i got the servo on the band good does this sound possible

  • Donnie Wilson
    Donnie Wilson May 11, 2010

    did you have the valve body apart?

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Yes it can But Im sure by the way you talk you know a lot of what you are doing,I sure you set that at inch pounds they said.Im think it is 72 in lbs,Im just wondering if a ball slip on you in the valve body.I hope this helps you

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