Q: 1970 Ford Custom pickup with automatic transmission won't shift out of first gear after pulling someone out of the mud.

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1970 Ford Custom pickup with automatic transmission wont shift out of first gear after pulling someone out of the mud and engine tends to smoke at times and it has a rough idle when in park and at times in drive I really need help
My car has an automatic transmission.

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