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Tranny shifts good when cold but as it warms and gets hot shifting is difficult. Fluid is good. Was told it could possibly be modulator valve? Any help? Thanks, Ken

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It does not have a modulator valve.But change the fluid and filter in the trans.Use the recommended atf fluid,and add a supplement called lube guard at NAPA.It is for a dodge and Mercron applications.This is a supplement for eliminating friction,and it treats the valve body in the trans.Shifting is easy and should stop your problem.If this does not stop the problem,you will need a new trans.If I can help,let me know,hope I was helpful,don`t always tell you what you want to hear,but it is the truth.

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