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What commands the shift to overdrive?

Is it a shift solenoid or what? The tranny hangs up on the shift to overdriveif you let off the gas it shifts. Only had this problem since the install of the transgo shift kit. THe hole in the accumulator plate is already drilled to about .110 for 4th gear
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Re: What commands the shift to overdrive?

and also are the two sensors on the top of the transmission can they go in either location since they look the same? Or are they different and how can you tell the diference?
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Re: What commands the shift to overdrive?

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Is it a shift solenoid or what? The tranny hangs up on the shift to overdriveif you let off the gas it shifts. Only had this problem since the install of the transgo shift kit. THe hole in the accumulator plate is already drilled to about .110 for 4th gear
No, The A, B solenoids are off. Pressure thru the accumulator applies OD in short. Try checking the L mod and 3/4 reg circuits for sticky valves & proper assembly. Feedbolt torqued?

The sensors are the same unless you have PTO.


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