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Help. Truck won't move.

Hello. I have just done a service on my 4r100. I put a john woods valve body in . New filter and a deeper trans pan(b&m). Filled it up and now it won't move . What could it be .

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And a new filter
Boost valve in the pump. Might've gotten some crud cycled back to the pump & caused the boost valve to stick. What's happening is your pump isn't cycling oil to the accumulator, it's just cycling oil in a complete circle back to your pan. You need to remove the pump & clean out the boost valve, or replace with upgrade boost valve kit. If it's not the boost valve, you might have a broken pump gear.

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