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How do you replace a modulator valve on a 91 Ford Ranger transmission?

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2009-12-14 03:58:14
2009-12-14 03:58:14

pass side of the trans! very easy, pop off the vac line on it, take a ten mm wrench take the bolt out spin the valve back and forth itll come rite out! pop the new one in the same way the old one came out! the end!!!

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