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2000 ford ranger 4 wheel drive transmission problems

I have a 2000 Ford Ranger in which the transmission slips from 1st to 2nd. Also there is a bit of hesitation when I put it into reverse. We dropped the valve body and found that the circular part of the plate was tore in a spot. can I just replace this or do I have to get a whole new bonded separator plate? and if so where can I find one? thanks
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1st gear

A little of the same problem, free wheeling in 1st going down hill.
consensus is blown valve body gasket. Fix is bonded valve body plate.

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