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Old 09-22-2010, 06:26 AM   #1
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i have a 95 ranger 3liter with an automatice its slipping in between shift from second to third and was told the bands need adjustment. i have never did this but am wannting to try it . can anyone give me some info like where the adjustments are made and the proper way to do it also what parts would be needed thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by Ford Shop Manual
NOTE: Procedures are the same for O/D and intermediate band adjustments.

CAUTION: Do not allow adjustment screw to back out. Band strut could fall in transmission assembly.

CAUTION: Throw the locknuts away. The locknuts are not reusable for assembly.

Remove the overdrive and intermediate band locknuts and back off the band adjusting screws.




CAUTION: Install, but do not tighten, a new locknut on the band adjusting stop. Apply petroleum jelly to the locknut seal.

CAUTION: Servos must be installed prior to band adjustment.

Tighten the band adjusting stop using Band Adjustment Torque Wrench Set T71P-77370-A. The wrench will click at 14 Nm (10 lb-ft). Back off the band adjusting stop exactly two turns and hold that position. Tighten the locknut to 47-61 Nm (35-45 lb-ft) using a 19mm wrench.

There you have it.
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