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Shifting My 86 ford bronco 2 4x4 doesn't seem to want to shift correctly when I give it the gas. but when I let off a little it will shift . some one told me to change the shift modulator and the trans fluid and filter. anyone have a idea?

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  • fordlovinfoo Sep 22, 2008

    i have the same problem. When i give it gas it stays in 1st gear until i let off the gas and the it shifts

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Check the vacuum line that attaches to the front of the intake manifold to the transmission,( no cracks, splits, deteriated ends) sounds like vacuum is low

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