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I replaced my transmission in my truck twice with different trannys. it will go in reverse and first but no 2nd or third gears.. I used the same torque is this the problem?

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Some of these fords have a kickdown lever that needs to be adjusted at the carb. or injection end . never tip a used trany up side down it sends all the worn cluch and band debreas into the valve body and distroys the tranny A good tranny should not charge for this adjustment good luck CJ

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