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Old 06-18-2016, 07:22 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Rebuilt valve body

So I picked up a "rebuilt" valve body for my 05 max. I installed it and tried driving it to no avail. I can start car up and drive it a few feet then it stops working. It acts like its in neutral. Any idea Whats going on? The only issues I have came across is a) one of the gaskets/washers/orings that goes between the valve body and trans disappeared so I had to make one and b) a couple of the clips for the smaller solenoid'a plug broke also it doesn't snap in place.
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Any ideas? Also, I did noticed when i was mashing on the has to get it up the ramps, it was acting up and wouldn't moved and then started pushing out some white smoke from the trans breather tube.
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