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Old 01-20-2008
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91 Ranger, 4cyl automatic wont stay in OD(4th gear)

Like the title says, my 91 Ranger with 2.3L and 4 speed automatic transmission wont stay/go into overdrive. It will shift into 4th @ approx 55mph but will almost immedeatly shift back to third. Any suggestions/ideas? Im usually good with these things but Im lost on fords. Could it be a shift modulator or something vacuum controlled? I bought this thing to get decent gas mileage and Im probably not getting that rolling around @ 3000 Rpms!
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Need help, fuel mileage plummeting
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