There is only one valve body, but there are lots of tiny valves and springs that control the following: Torque Converter relief valve, Pressure regulator valve, Pressure modifier valve, 4-2 Sequence valve, 4-2 relay valve, Overrun clutch control valve, Overrun clutch reducing valve, Shuttle Shift valve, Lock-up control valve, Pilot valve, Accumulator control valve and these are just the valves in the top body of the valve body.
The lower body of the valve body has these valves in it: Servo charger valve, 3-2 timing valve, 1st reducing valve, Manual valve, Modifier accumulator valve. So as you can see there are a bunch of valves in this very intricate part and this is more than likely the cause of our shift problems. One of these valves is getting stuck and not operating properly.
I'm going to try this Transmedic additive made by GUNK and I'm going to see if this fixes my problem. I will give it a few weeks and see what happens.