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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Loosen the bolt thats on the trans that holds the linkage on..Some one may have tightened it to much..Or grab a hold of it and see if it is sloppy and moves around..If so its loose inside trans..Another possible cause the linkage from column to trans may be binding up when trying to shift..Hope this helps you and Have A Great Night
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
There is no vacuum going to the trans on an 88 half ton unless it was ordered with a 400 trans. the 700R4 did not use vacuum.
If by some rare chance you have a 400 all you have to do is run a vacuum line from the manifold. Use a vacuum tester. You want to tie into a line that go to 0 vacuum when you rev the engine up.
hope this helps
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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