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4r44e shifting trouble

I just put in a rebuilt trans in a 3.0/4r44e ranger and when it tries to shift from second to drive it's like it's in neutral. The engine revs up and I have to let off the throttle and then it'll shift.......What could be causing this?....I've got a lot of work in this thing and would hate to be ripping it back out......Thanks guys
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update....it seems to shift fine when it's cool but when it gets hot it'll act up
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