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Old 06-05-2008, 19:33   #1 (permalink)
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No 3rd and 4th on aod

Hi I just had a performance aod built for my mustang. It has a Lokar TV Cable and was set at the recommended 35 psi with 5/16th gauge in neutral.Shifted great but when I was going 60 and put it down to pass it reved way up and then basically went into neutral. Now I only have 1st and 2nd and when it goes to where 3rd should be there is nothing.It only has 100 mi on it.The tranny builder told me I set the pressure to high at 35psi and the tranny went into a safety mode.He told me to set it at 21. so I did and of course it didnt help and it made 1-2 shift barely noticeable. He then told me to just set it at 31 and try.No luck. He then told me Lokar setup although properly installed is no good.He said get a factory cable and bracket and it will fix the problem.He then said I could try to play with my setup adjusting the psi So idid many setting all of which didnt help.The best setting was 40psi It shifted great 1-2 but then nothing else. Has anyone had any experience with this and is this builder full of it saying if I get the factory setup it will fix the problem?
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