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Automatic trans. only revers no fowerd fluid leavel ok 87 ford bronco 2 shift linkage seems ok. 4wd.

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Drain the tranny

Pull the pan and look for metal shavings - you may have lost your planetary gears. If so, you need a new tranny or have this one rebuilt.

Let me know if you need further assistance.


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