Depends on the transmission. Many transmission bands are not adjustable.
The automatic transmission in a 2003 Dodge Dakota does not have bands.
There is no adjustment for the bands on a Chevy automatic transmission. They self adjust as the bands wear.
Could be transmission bands are worn and require adjustment or replacement Try changing transmission fluid and filter
If it has a sport mode switch, normally next to the shifter with a 'S' on it, release it. Check the gearbox fluid level. Get the brake bands, filter and pump checked.
A 1994 Mazda Miata's automatic transmission may slip in 4th gear if the bands are heavily worn. When the bands become worn, they are unable to grip properly and cause slippage.
If an automatic transmission ,broken bands in the tranny.
It isn't possible. You'll need to have the transmission rebuilt.
Older automatic transmissions had clutch "bands" that were adjustable when the transmission started to wear. Modern automatic transmissions do not have that option, but then, they tend to last a lot longer to make up for it.
You don't,they need replaced !
the maintance manual tells you to adjust the bands each time you change the transmission filter, but does not tell you how. the bands should be on inside of pan.
If the automatic transmission on a 2002 Kia Rio won't go into park and there is no reverse, there is a problem inside the transmission with the gear bands. Each gear has a separate band and sometimes they wear out. New bands need to be put in or a new transmission needs to be installed.