It only happens from a dead stop, and then, only sometimes. Nov 09, 2012 Your speed sensor in your trans. Also, while it is opened, to check for any broken springs. Shoot, a new F250 is tens of thousands more. You will need to test the sensor with a voltmeter or lab scope to see if the voltage increases steadily with no glitches or drop outs from closed throttle to wide open. But honestly, this is a really good running truck.
Also mark the location of the rotor on the dist. I believe that the 460 has been in that area of hp output for many years. There are 55 choices for the 1992 Ford F-250 Pickup Transmission Assembly!!! The body on this truck is really clean and straight. I'm not sure what to make of the 'moisture' issue. Put the shaft back in and the pin through the can drive gear.
Tie rods went one at a time, till I replaced them all. I'm thinking a trans rebuild? Hi I have a 460 in my Fleetwood motorhome. When I gopt the truck the former owner told me his son had to fix the shifter, and when you started out you had to put it into Drive 1 and then when it gets going to shift it up into drive. The transmission in trucks like yours are very dependant on throttle position. Mechanically this F250 has always been well maintained. I finally dropped it into low, and got it moving.
Front fuel pump doesn't work. Hey this is my first Topic. Have had the truck about a month now. He said that there is a short but very stiff spring that helps in shifting and is notorious for breaking. I noticed if I let it sit for awhile the transmission is fine, and shifts good.
This is a lot of truck for the money and it is ready for the next owner to enjoy. Solenoid on the firewall went, then the starter. This is a lot of truck for the money and it is ready for the next owner to enjoy. This transmission unit has been inspected, tested and ready to ship. Before, it shifted really harsh intermittently. Year of manufacture 1992 First year of ownership 2011 Most recent year of ownership 2011 Engine and transmission 7.
Pull the drive shaft and lubricate the splin - two check your leaf springs for weakness and wore bushings - take a look at your shocks - three u bolts holding springs to rear axle housing may be letting the axle housing actually dip or tweak or all those thing in combination - now you may have some serious slop in the pig - transfer case may be causing that clunk - as far as high spped clunk and activity you have a serous problem and you just might drop the transferr case have an accident fliping over. Honestly, it sounds like you might have an internal transmission issue. This was great because I knew little about what correct truck to purchase to tow a 10,000 lb 5th wheel. This transmission unit has been inspected, tested and ready to ship. This transmission unit has been inspected, tested and ready to ship.
Didn't work when I bought it though. . It was available in three sizes in production vehicles; 370 cu in 6. This transmission unit includes a transmission case, valve body, tail shaft and housing, torque converter automatic only , and all internal lubricated parts. But, I appreciate that all is original and it all works! Starting off from a dead stop, then within the first 5 to 8 mph, the tranny sometimes will give a lurch or clunk or something, then go into gear. Would that be true and if so, where can I get a new one? The second owner's husband did bodywork for a living so he recently stripped the truck down and repainted it in its original color of Black. Door handle broke the same day I bought it.
We hand pick each vehicle, drive it, inspect it, and make sure it is ready for you to enjoy! I think it is manual 880. Thats when after I come to a stop it won't move not even in reverse gear. Update: the trans wasn't toasted. I have experiance with low spped clunks on Bronkos and your type of vech being a car dealer. Slide the shaft out of the housing. Mechanically this F250 has always been well maintained. Check that out sometimes it could just be some dirt on it.