you have to adjust the TV cable up by the thorttle body..go to you tube and type in TV adjustment for mustang they have plenty of videos thats how i fixed mine when i got it back and it was shifting like yours...
i forgot to mention that i actually adjusted it multiple times both ways and it still reaches to 4000-4500 rpms before shifting when being driven normally. theres also a shift kit that was in the trans when i bout it, but i didnt have this problem until today after i finished my torque converter install. any other ideas? thanks!
best thing to do is take it to a trans shop and have them adjust tv cable i paid like 50 dollars for mine to be done but then you know if there is something wrong with the cable you have my original one froze up internally
You should at least put in a quart of trans fluid before installing the converter...You want some lubrication before it starts turning on a fresh install. Go over to clickclickracing and talk to Dan Gilsdorf (Silverfox). He knows everything about them he will know what to have you look at. It's more than likely the TV cable adjustment or the governor...Iv'e had this problem before. When you adjusted the TV cable on the TB it should only be moved little at a time. It doesn't take much to get it where it will shift correctly. Too much and it gets out of whack..
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