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01-11-2003 01:32 PM
dmorris1200 Also check kickdown linkage for proper hook-up and binding.
You can try here for some info.web page

[ January 11, 2003: Message edited by: dmorris1200 ]</p>
01-11-2003 01:25 PM
dmorris1200 Make sure you have the vacuum modulator hooked up correctly.
01-11-2003 01:17 PM
Samrupert C6...
01-11-2003 01:14 PM
dmorris1200 What trans is in it?? C6,AOD E40D?
01-11-2003 12:55 PM
Samrupert I need to clarify that the gear box would move from drive,rev and so on, but it will not change under driving conditions. Seems to stay in first. How should the linkage be adjusted. I have tightened and loosened to no avail.
01-11-2003 12:13 PM
mustang66maniac here's what i would do. now pay attention its very important:
1. get under the car
2. adjust the shift linkage
01-11-2003 12:08 PM
Samrupert
Won't change,wont' chang,won't change

Dropped transmission in 1987 Ford F-150 to replace rear freeze plug. Transmission was reinstalled. Lines reattched and the linkage feels just loose enough, not too tight, but it won't change gears now. What do I need to do?

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