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Transmition adjustments The reverse is gone in my 1995 Chevy 2500, I need to know if you can adjust the bands on the transmition and if you can, how is it done?

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Sorry, Reverse isn't controlled by a band on the 4L60E. Reverse is controlled by two clutches. The trans will need rebuilt to fix the problem.

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