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Old 07-26-2014, 09:08 AM   #1
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Default 65 c4 stays engaged in P and N

65' Mustang with 200 and c4 tranny. Did a complete rebuild of tranny. Worked fine except for a leak from the front seal. Dropped it, replaced front seal, put it back. Now it stays engaged in a forward gear in Park or Nuetral. I can start the engine but you can tell it has a load on it. If I try to increase rpm it wants to go. Thought I connected the shift a little off so I disconnected shift altogether. Manually moved selector from P to N(2 clicks), still staying engaged. Checked fluid level and connections. Everything seems ok. Any Ideas?
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