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Old 03-14-2009, 18:48   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, I have a 88 Bronco II that I am having some problems with the trans, what I am wondering is what happens inside the trans when you shift it to the overdrive position vs shifting it to 3rd.

When I bought the truck the last owner said it had no forward gears just reverse...well if you shift it to 1,2, or 3rd it will go but if you shift it to overdrive it just makes a slight sound and will not move.

I did some searching on this matter and from what I have found the problem could be in the valve body.

One other thing, I was digging around under the truck and found a cable that runs from where the speedo cable plugs into the trans at towards the front of the truck, it has a plug on the end of it and was tucked into a cross member, but I could not find where it would plug into, if anyone knows if and where it plugs into please let me know.

Thank you,
Louis
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