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Tranny won't shift

I have A 86' porsche 944 automatic transmission.I replaced bearing in differential,when i put back together,and took for test drive,it shifted into
2nd gear but not 3rd,so i changed shift governer,it does not shift until
high rpm(4000),and when it shifts to 2nd it slips,but doesn't slip in 1st.
and it won't shift to 3rd.PLEASE HELP .......

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