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1989 bronco II, 2.9 V6 automatic transmission

How do you tighten the bands for the overdrive?

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My ATSG manual says to tighten the adjusting screw in to 10ft-lbs, then back it out exactly 2 turns. Holding the screw, tighten the lock nut to 35-45ft-lbs. The intermediate band is set the same way.

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