You must first adjust the kickdown cable; then check to make sure that the rubber hose from the charge delivery tube(feeds throttle body) is connected to the small metal tube on the side of the transmission. In brief the throttle control pressure is fluid pressure plus the manifold pressure from the turbo control input; these pressures oppose the governor seal created control pressure. If throttle pressure is greater than governor pressure, a downshift to lower gear occurs. If governor control pressure wins an upshift to higher gear occurs. To understand what is happening, the throttle cable must be adjusted correctly.
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