This results in a very firm shift. Transmission fluid is full and clean, never has slipped, clunked or any other noises, no leaks, all lines are connected and are in good shape. Every few weeks the engine computer picks up a troubled code. Vehicle wants to stall in reverse. If you don't see the answer to your question here please submit your question using the link above. A will include major alterations and upgrades designed to make them both stronger and more durable.
When I got it back the engine seems to rev higher even in overdrive. She never fails to shift, but I'm worried this is leading to a bigger problem. Rapid wear of rings and cylinder walls, which can be caused by buildup in the grooves behind piston rings. I scanned the computer and came up with a code 99 ecp circuit failure. I love my truck but thats 4000 dollars in trany work in this truck. You will need to check the electronic pressure control solenoid and its wiring. He should be fined or his license should be revoked.
Could this be the problem in my case? The reason for your repeat problems could be due to the factory control strategy for this transmission. Please fill in additional information. This type of shift is often reffered to as a slide-bump shift. They are just a quick away from helping you out. I love my truck but thats 4000 dollars in trany work in this truck. Select this link to see what. From its rough-and-tumble nature to its burly towing capability, it has everything you need to accomplish any task.
It's a bit of a jump, or leap. Posted on Jan 16, 2011 -check your transmission fluid level. I scanned the computer and came up with a code 99 ecp circuit failure. To everyone that has a 90's or newer Ford with the E4od transmission. If this circuit fails line pressure should go to full at all times. We will answer your question by email, and post the question and answer here for anyone else that needs to know.
If you need more information or cannot find the parts you need give us a call. Leading me to believe that it has been disconnected. Select the parts you require from the following list and give us a call. Just ordered factory book and I'm thinking it might be accumulator spring piston? I have taken the vehicle to 2 transmission shops, and they cant find anything wrong with the transmission. When it has a trouble code related to the transmission it usually commands full line pressure to try to protect the transmission from damage. While at the stop light the truck shut down due to a blown transmission. Please call for customer service and availability at 1-800-858-7269.
Going directly from first to 3rd will cause a harsh shift. But now it shifts funny and when i take off about 10 ft it makes a hitting sound our clunk sound as if the tourque converter is going out. The truck runs great and ive had this trany rebuilt twice and it seems to mess up right after the warranty goes out. I found overspray on the moldings on the drivers side of the vehicle, and a 4X4 decal on the drivers side is missing from the rear panel. Mine is a push button O.
Supplying this tag information when ordering a replacement transmission or transmission parts is important. I checked all fuses, flushed tranny and then changes filter and changed fluid, tried Lucas trans additive-nothing. It sounds like your intermediate clutch pack has worn out. Another cause could be a defective line modulator valve, but this would most likely cause a problem in all the other gears, too. I feel that if the dealer has purposely mislead us, and is knowingly compromising our saftey.
You should keep overdrive off for now and have your transmission serviced. Another way to find out if its the transfer case, check the oil level an other things just like you would with your transmission. I have a 1995 ford f150 4x4 with a 302 v8, automatic transmission, push button 4x4 144, 000 miles. By doing so will cook your transmission. You will want to make sure that your truck isn't actually skipping second gear and going right to third. Also sometimes it will not shift into 3rd gear. Not long after the truck got totaled, so I did not dig into the problem.
If second gear is begining to wear or glaze it could also cause a harsh shift. No metal or trash was found in the pan. This cryo treatment will add 30% in component strength. Local transmission shop told me this was a very common problem on Ford trucks. Also you could have a problem in your transmission's accumulator body. When it becomes brittle it loses its elasticity and can no longer hold fluid back.
All other shifts are fine. I dont know why its giving me so much trouble. This could have been prevented had we known of the problem. If one of your taillights are out or turn signals this can be causing this problem. A problem with the 1-2 accumulator could cause a harsh or delayed 1-2 shiift. It could be caused by a fault solenoid, a stuck valve or a worn clutch inside the torque converter. Check to ensure all connectors are tight.