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I have an 1987 bronco ii with a 2.9 v6 with an automatic transmission and it won't go forward, reverse works fine but not any of the foward gears, what could i do to fix this problem? i checked the fluid and it's ok.... any ideas?

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Its possible its a vacuum issue. that trans should have a vacuum regulator.. check the unit and adjust/replace it should be like 15 bucks. also replace all of the air hoses to and from the trans. did this a while back on my other bronco II and worked like a charm.

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    necody1 Feb 22, 2012

    forgot to add also check the shift linkage. sometimes the linkage from the trans can break and if any of the cables are broken or snapped you got trouble there

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You need a new tranny.

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