Well, I got all done with the <a target="_blank" href=http://communities.msn.com/Ryans1972Blazer/th400transmissionrebuild.msnw>TH-400 rebuild</a> and I drove it to work today. I'm pretty damn happy considering this is the first automatic transmission rebuild i have ever attempted. Just bought an overhaul kit and a TH 400 manual and went at it. Now I have no engine braking on the deceleration in 2nd gear only. This is the only thing wrong! It is a little slushy shifting into 2nd now but i think this has to do with the same problem. I believe it is in the front servo or front band that something isn't right. I'm sure I assembled it right but the seals could be leaking or the band adjustment could be off... etc. Anyone ever experience this before and what did they do to fix it!? Any auto tranny guru's that have rebuilt a tranny know what to do? I'm gonna drop the pan an take apart that front servo this weekend and see if i can't figure out what's up. ...Don't say take it to a tranny shop to have it fixed... because I rebuilt it myself and I'm sure I can get it working better than ever myself without forking over a cent to a shop. THANKS! [Real Men Don't Care About Gas Mileage Or Rapid Tire Wear!] 1972 K/5 Ryan B.