The C4 in my turbo 302 ranger has problems finding third. After finishing the truck, I quickly smoked the trans. I rebuilt it myself with stock internals and it lasted 200 miles before eating the frictions and grenading the pump. I had it professionaly rebuilt with high performance frictions. It now has 1600 miles on it. It has always had trouble getting into third after it has set for a while. It will act like it's in nuetral when I shift into third. If I build some boost in second, slam the throttle shut and stick it in third it will shift and then work fine for the rest of the day. Today I had to drive the ranger and was running late so I took it on the interstate for the first time(19 miles). I had a blast. With 12 psi, 60-100 happens in what seems like less than the length of a tractor trailer and I was smoking the tailgators who thought it had a four cyl in it. Basically I was being a jerk :evil: After getting off the interstate, when I tried to stick it in third, it stayed in second. I had to shift into nuetral a couple of times before it would go into third. It kept going straight to second. After work It was very difficult to get out of second, but after that it ran like normal. I've thought about a billet servo, but I'm not real familiar with autos. Any help would be appreciated.