But again, if the cap gets blown off, the blowby is bad. A solenoid that has completely failed will normally cause you to get stuck in a certain gear. What is the realistic mileage? The problem with third gear is probably why the line pressure has been increased. Just ordered factory book and I'm thinking it might be accumulator spring piston? The truck runs great and ive had this trany rebuilt twice and it seems to mess up right after the warranty goes out. I usually get 18 mpg highway and 12 mpg city. Edit your own flair above so we know what you drive! They are just a quick away from helping you out.
I know who to trust now when it comes to my tranny! Remove the accumulator and check the bore for wear marks. Auto front locking hubs replaced twice. Your problem could be pretty simple. Anyway, I was in St. A slipping transmission is never a good sign. Auto trans go out eventually - watch for poor shifting, electrical issues mirrors, elec seats, windows. See how many shifts you get after the first gear change to determine whether or not this is the problem.
In the last 1000 miles it has a complete front end rebuild, tie rod ends et cetera has service records. Likewise, anything under the range would indicate a leak somewhere. A slipping transmission can be a bad sign for your vehicle and it's something that needs to be diagnosed immediately. You're going to need to be able to watch the transmission line pressure from the driver's seat with moving through gears. Figure out how to get it back in motion here! If you don't see the answer to your question here please submit your question using the link above. I know this is not close at all, which makes me question everything else the guy says.
Once I ran taillights n turnsignals it made this problem stop. The impact mostly went above the bumper, pushing the grill into the front of the engine causing everyhing in front of the engine to be replaced along with replacement of the motor and transmission mounts. It's a heck of a lot cheaper than a new tranny. Regular cab truck has 136,000 miles. When these get damaged, they won't be able to engage or disengage properly. Having the tranny go out that soon after I got the truck was not something I would have wanted, but it could have been a lot worse experience also. When in doubt, a multimeter can help tell you if a wire is good or bad.
At times my overdrive light flashes and the transmission shifts very hard, what could cause this? What could cause this problem? Fluid is leaking from the front of the transmission. Recently engine shut off while being driven at 40mph which caused a loss of power steering. It is barely gripping, and cannot engage under load, but once the load decreases it can engage. Some things to look for: soot around the firewall, indicates leaking uppipes, typical problem for these trucks. The transmission is based heavily off the which was a heavy duty three speed automatic. This type of shift is often reffered to as a slide-bump shift.
The milage is also bullshit. Codes for a bad solenoid can also be triggered by internal damage to the clutch packs. As far as small claims court goes, I'm not a lawyer, maybe someone here that is can give you a professional opinion, but I don't think you have a leg to stand on. You might also want to change out your radiator if this is the case. Have your computer scanned to see what transmission codes are stored. Air box broken and replaced.
Maybe I'm just lucky, but I felt that Ford and the local dealer treated me very well. You'll notice it when you go to accelerate but you don't actually speed up. It cannot clean out the filter by backflushing, because these machines flow the fluid in the same direction as normal operation. If the transmission has a lot of miles on it, then the hub on the torque converter may have worn where is makes contact with the front seal. I think Ford has a decent record of doing this kind of thing for customers. You'll need a transmission line pressure gauge with a hose extension long enough to reach up to the cab.
I only have 44,000 miles on it. Make a fair offer then keep looking. Looks to be in pristine shape. Page 1 Was this page helpful? I'd say, best case scenario, your dealer and Ford are willing to work with you to offset some of the cost as a good will gesture on their part. According to the dealer, they could not get a reman unit, so they had to pull a new one off the production line then air freight it.
You will need to check the electronic pressure control solenoid and its wiring. You will need to change the oil often. They are tough motors but have their share of known issues. Can the final drive ratio be affected by anything in the transmission? A problem with the 1-2 accumulator could cause a harsh or delayed 1-2 shiift. Ford F-250: Why is My Transmission Slipping? It is easier for the clutch pack to hold than it is for it to engage initially so this is a common first sign of problems. If second gear is begining to wear or glaze it could also cause a harsh shift. Your transmission fluid should be in this range when cold.
I had it towed to them and all they did was check the fluid levels, so it then had to be towed to the local Ford dealer, who replaced the tranny. I talked to all of the people at the servicing dealer, even the top brass, the zone manager and the Ford Customer Relations Dept. Going directly from first to 3rd will cause a harsh shift. I don't know what they usually go for. If you find any, that wire will need to be replaced. I just pulled of the turbo tubes and took off the valve cover, replaced gasket.