I’m almost certain it will.
If you have a fob that’s not gettin recognized by the truck, there’s a sequence to re-synchronize it. Something like push the fob unlock button five times relatively quickly followed by the lock button once. I’d need to double check that.
Lol. Sorry, had two conversations going at the same time, but correct.
Proper fluid level and small adjustments are the key. The kd cable generally doesn’t need replacement unless it started to fray. You should be able to tell if the cam is spring loaded by seeing that it’s not slack...
Hopefully you kept track of how much you loosened it. Maybe do one turn at a time on the adjustment knob for a few turns to see what difference you notice. If nothing or worse, go back to the original setting and do the tests except tightening.
How loose/tight is your kick down cable? Sounds too tight.
And also, when the kickdown cable is attached inside the valve body, the spring cam it attaches to has to be preloaded by 1 turn before connecting the cable. Wasn’t sure if that had been removed or not.
A common problem with all ZF 4HP22/24 boxes is the failure of the oneway ‘sprag’ clutch. Once the cams in this one way sprag clutch ‘flip‘ the unit will slip both ways resulting in the vehicle only pulling off with the shifter in position ‘1’ not ‘D’ and driving OK when shifted up to position...
For 35’s, probably the best size is 16x8 with 4.50” backspace. That may be ET0 but double check. Should be D2 steel wheel choices in that size.
The modular 16x8 ET25 with 35’s may be offset enough to not affect turning radius too much. Basically equal to using 30mm spacers with stock...