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Old 09-09-2009, 10:59 PM
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Direct solenoid for 5r110

Hey guys I was wondering where to get one of these? And also the EDM solenoid? I think thats right. Anyone have one?
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Re: Direct solenoid for 5r110

What do you mean edm solenoid? Haven't heard of that one. I believe you can get the Suncoast solenoid thru Diesel Innovations though. It's not listed on their site but you can call and order it. Diesel Innovations
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its the EPC electronic pressure controll solenoid
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Yes, thanks brentos I couldnt remember off the top of my head
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Re: Direct solenoid for 5r110

So what does the solenoid do for the trans ?
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Re: Direct solenoid for 5r110

ELECTRONIC PRESSURE CONTROLL it works with each gear solenoid in diverting and holding pressure.
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Re: Direct solenoid for 5r110

This solenoid rocks on a stock tranny. With mine in the shifts are a lot firmer than they were with just tuning. I would reccomend it to anyone. It's not hard to put in either, just pull the pan and throw it in.
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what is it run price wise??
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Around $160 or so.
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Cobbs did have it on his website for $160ish IIRC or heck you can order them straight from suncoast.
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Re: Direct solenoid for 5r110

sun coast has a modded one we use in our trans. i think they flow more or something
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Re: Direct solenoid for 5r110

I know that the direct solenoid is the middle one in the rear bank of solenoids.... which one is the pressure control solenoid?
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suncoast sells the modded dirrect solenoid but they get the new epc's from ford.
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I know that the direct solenoid is the middle one in the rear bank of solenoids.... which one is the pressure control solenoid?
i think you have to drop the solenoid body for that one, its above the rest of them.
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Re: Direct solenoid for 5r110

I replaced one a while back with help from brian at BTS over the phone.

My truck had a delay in shifting from park-drive/reverse. He referred to it as a "pressure control solenoid" and it was on the far right on the front bank. I remember it saying something similiar on the ford parts box when I bought it... I'm sure if you gave him a call he could answer any questions about the trans for you...
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Ok.... ya my truck is doing the same thing!Thanks for the info
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I had the bad 3-5 shift flare and the suncoast direct solenoid fixed the problem
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Brent Direct is spelled with one ( R )
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i think you have to drop the solenoid body for that one, its above the rest of them.


There are 7 Variable Force Solenoids (VFS):

1) PC-A, this is the line pressure control that the whole solenoid body assembly must be dropped;
2) TCC, Torque Converter Clutch
(The Shift Solenoid Pressure Control Solenoids)
3) SSPC-A, coast clutch;
4) SSPC-B, overdrive;
5) SSPC-C, intermediate;
6) SSPC-D, direct clutch; and
7) SSPC-E, low reverse.
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Thanks Harley Appreciate the input
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There are 7 Variable Force Solenoids (VFS):

1) PC-A, this is the line pressure control that the whole solenoid body assembly must be dropped;
2) TCC, Torque Converter Clutch
(The Shift Solenoid Pressure Control Solenoids)
3) SSPC-A, coast clutch;
4) SSPC-B, overdrive;
5) SSPC-C, intermediate;
6) SSPC-D, direct clutch; and
7) SSPC-E, low reverse.

Is there a way to datalog or any other way to know which one is the "lazy one" My transmission has been acting up for some time now and the dealer is of no help. I even let them drive it with the SCT in, and they still couldn't find it... ughh.

Thanks for the excellent info!
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BUMP! I need help guys, my truck has been running like garbage for 9 months, and I think this is the issue!
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Whats goin on with it? Maybe I have hgad the same issue! Im ordering the new solenoid tonight so we will see if that helps!
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Re: Direct solenoid for 5r110

There's a post on the ORG with about a dozen guys having this issue...

Start the truck up, let it warm up a few minutes, take off down the road. Runs great until it shifts into 3rd gear and the next gear (4th or 5th, guess it depends if it skips it or not). Once it hits third the motor sounds funny and if you roll into the throttle just a little bit the truck starts skipping like an injector is misfiring. I originally though injectors, but now it seems other guys have this issue and they're all pointing to these solenoids. My problem came about appx 2,500 miles after I got this reman tranny in. It didn't happen overnight, and it seems to be getting ever so slightly worse as time goes on. Its been like this for about 9 months.

Also once warmed up, the truck wont miss or buck, but the shifting is completely erratic. At WOT, the truck will shift anywhere between 3100 rpms and 3700rpms, and my rev limit on the SCT is set at 4050. Before the reman tranny and headstuds (when I first got the tuner) it would run right to 4050 in every gear no problem. Now this...
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Do you have your tire revs per mile manually figured with your tune Mdub?
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I guess that direct solenoid does alot for the 3-4-5 shift flares by bumping up line pressures which wont let it slip as bad. I would try that first... its $176 from cobbs diesel which is cheap for anything on our rigs!
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Do you have your tire revs per mile manually figured with your tune Mdub?
Stock tires on there. I never changed it, it was fine before...
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I guess that direct solenoid does alot for the 3-4-5 shift flares by bumping up line pressures which wont let it slip as bad. I would try that first... its $176 from cobbs diesel which is cheap for anything on our rigs!
The thing that bugs me is it was fine before, now its not... something happened. $176 is a lot to me anyways, I'm unemployed at the moment and money is tight.
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I know the feeling... ill let ya know how it works for me
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Please do, you're the first glimpse of hope I've had in the last 9 months. If I had a job, I would have traded this thing in already.
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O damn... well explain to me whats goin on again and be specific... Ill try and get a little research done and try to help you out
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O damn... well explain to me whats goin on again and be specific... Ill try and get a little research done and try to help you out
Ok, I'll try again haha.

A little background history on the truck. I bought it with 17,xxx miles on it. Drove it for about 5,000, then got my SCT from Eric. I loved driving the truck. Soon after it started puking coolant (didn't see that one coming right?). It went through the whole TSB, and finally the dealer went ahead and did headgaskets for me, and installed a set of ARP's for me. They replaced one head due to warpage/corrosion. This was done around 35,000-40,000 miles. So the cab had been off the truck for this procedure. Shortly after this, I had the OEM torque converter fail on me. I was cruising around a corner at about 30mph with the accelerator about 1/8 throttle (just enough to maintain speed), just lightly rolled into it (less than 1/2 throttle), and BANG. Motor starts revving up a little and truck coasts to a stop. Get the truck towed to the local Ford dealer (different dealer than the one that did the headstuds) by a chevy no less.... They say the TC had "exploded" and they were putting in a reman transmission (after a lot of arguing). So I get the truck back with my new tranny, and load my tunes back up. Truck drove OK, for a SHORT while. About 2-3 months later, the truck started acting up ever so slightly.... and this is where I'm at now...

Start the truck up in the morning, let it warm up for a couple minutes. Put truck in D and take off... As I get cruising down the road (light on the throttle as its still not fully warm) it seems OK. As soon as it starts getting into higher gears 3,4, and so on, and getting a little bit of a load on it, the entire motor has a different sound to it and it will start skipping HARD. It feels like a misfire almost, or like when the motor is starved for fuel. I originally thought maybe injectors or oil pressure or whatever... I started datalogging like crazy and found nothing going on with the motor. Since it started, it is now getting worse. I can barely maintain speed going up hills now when its not fully warm. Once warm, the skipping disappears, but the erratic shifting is still there, which is why all arrows point towards transmission now.

If I put it in 4x4 (to maintain traction) and just mat it from a dead stop, the truck shifts anywhere between 3100rpms and 3700rpms, with no rhyme or reason, and my rev limit is set to 4050 on my SCT. Before the headstuds and the reman, my truck would run to 4050 no problem, every gear, and make a nice solid shift. Now the shifts are solid sometimes, sometimes they feel like butter. I even had one miss shift, where the truck went to shift, missed the gear and the motor free revved up to almost 4700rpms,.

I brought the truck to the dealer twice. First time it went in bone stock, they had it for one week, fixed nothing on it and reflashed the computer.

I brought it in the second time, told them the programmer was sitting in the console, do what they wanted to with the truck. Told them to have the tech call me when he started work on it, and they never did. They didn't even talk to me about any issues when I went to pick it up. I get there, the truck batteries were so dead it wouldn't even turn over. I pick up my bill, get $100 deductible charge and all they did was clean the EGR valve.... guess maybe someone should tell them the SCT disables that... on top of that they had the audacity to write on my service report that they recommended that I change the oil every 5k miles and run an additive, to which they suggested I use their Ford stuff. The service manager even said "the truck runs pretty good with the tuner on it..."

I've run Amsoil 15w-40 with the Amsoil filters since I've had it, and I run Opti-lube XPD all the time (not every fill up, but quite a bit). I run strictly FoMoCo fuel filters (internationals) as well.



Truck still pukes coolant and has since I've owned it (time for the EGR delete) and I can deal with that because I knew it coming in. This problem now is highly irritating and makes me not want to drive my truck. Its actually embarassing to even bring passengers along.







Sorry for the novel, but hope this is detailed enough, anymore questions just ask, and any suggestions, please throw em at me!

Thanks all, Mike.
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get a new tune
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get a new tune
Eric already sent me all new tunes, no change in driving.

Also note that I HAD these tunes on already and nothing changed, then it gradually became like this. Something else went wrong.
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Ok mike, you are having pretty similar problems to what im having. Just for grins, I would run it on just stock tuning for a couple days to see if that does anything. It may it may not, but its good to be able to rule some aspects out. Off the top of my head I would say it is probably the solenoids in your trans or the clutches. One thing that sometimes works is to check your trans fluid, and see if it smells burnt. It sounds dumb, but thats a tell tale sign of trans problems. They are pretty bad if you can smell it but either way wouldnt hurt.
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My tranny fluid smells burnt, but I've had numerous techs, from these forums, tell me it smells burnt when its new, so that doesn't tell me anything.

I have run it stock, the symptoms are still there but its not as noticeable. The main reason I dont notice it stock is because the motor will not lug down low like it does with the tunes, if you roll into it at all, it just downshifts and clears out and you cant tell, there's never enough of a load, and I dont have a huge trailer to hook up to try it either.

The fluid has smelled burnt the entire time, but like I said, I was told its normal for the Ford fluid.

Let me know what happens when you change those solenoids out.
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Alright buddy ill get them in as soon as they come!
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Does anyone have a crappy 2/3 shift? It feels like crap just on that one shift
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Does anyone have a crappy 2/3 shift? It feels like crap just on that one shift
Are you using a programmer or is it stock?


Jdgleason, thanks bud! Are you installing the factory ford solenoids, or are you doing this upgrade, which is what this thread was originally about? haha. Thanks!
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Are you using a programmer or is it stock?
Sct with custom tunes from two different people. They all shift the same way on that one shift.
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Sct with custom tunes from two different people. They all shift the same way on that one shift.
Have you tried messing with the shift firmness? Have you told either of the tuners that its doing it? You may be seeing what we are seeing, just on a lesser scale. Have you had the transmission worked on at all or anything? Mine didn't start until I got the reman put in.
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Have you tried messing with the shift firmness? Have you told either of the tuners that its doing it? You may be seeing what we are seeing, just on a lesser scale. Have you had the transmission worked on at all or anything? Mine didn't start until I got the reman put in.
Yes, hasnt helped. Both tuners shift the exact same on that on shift and we have worked on it and nothing. No transmission work has been done. The trans is great and it is the stock trans with 220k on it.
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Yes, hasnt helped. Both tuners shift the exact same on that on shift and we have worked on it and nothing. No transmission work has been done. The trans is great and it is the stock trans with 220k on it.
Holy cow. 220k on the original one? How long have you been tuned? I blew a stock TC apart in under 20k miles of driving tuned. Guess I'm just hard on stuff.

Maybe its just time for a rebuild? I'd say you got a pretty decent life out of that tranny already!
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I have been tuned since Thanksgiving(40k or so miles) running a high hp tune all the time except while towing. I dont know about the rebuild. When I am stock it shifts fine and all my other shifts while tuned are perfect. Nice and firm, no slipping
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i was talking to a guy at a ford dealership who was my automotive teacher back in the day. he rebuilds trannies at the dealership and i told him of the issues some were having. he said he has yet to see a shift solenoid go bad. he even had all them in his toolbox to give me cause he has never replaced one. now, i know this is just one guy who said this, but he does do alot of rebuilds. i told him some were having sticky solenoid issues and he had never heard of it. mind you, he doesn't see ALOT of modded truck in there, but he does see some.
not arguing with anyone, just a little tidbit to add to the pot.
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i was talking to a guy at a ford dealership who was my automotive teacher back in the day. he rebuilds trannies at the dealership and i told him of the issues some were having. he said he has yet to see a shift solenoid go bad. he even had all them in his toolbox to give me cause he has never replaced one. now, i know this is just one guy who said this, but he does do alot of rebuilds. i told him some were having sticky solenoid issues and he had never heard of it. mind you, he doesn't see ALOT of modded truck in there, but he does see some.
not arguing with anyone, just a little tidbit to add to the pot.
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That's the problem, none of these trucks really show any symptoms with stock tuning, so its nearly impossible for a tech to find it because 99% of the guys will return to stock to bring it to the dealer. I even let my dealer drive mine with the programmer and they still told me they couldn't find anything.
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I just got of the phone with Cale and he said that one shift acting weird is because of timing and that's there is nothing "wrong" with the trans. He is going to mess with the tune some more and see if he can get it perfect.
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I just got of the phone with Cale and he said that one shift acting weird is because of timing and that's there is nothing "wrong" with the trans. He is going to mess with the tune some more and see if he can get it perfect.
Ok cool, let us know how you make out. That's not exactly the symptoms we're having, but hope you get it figured out none the less.
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Are you using a programmer or is it stock?


Jdgleason, thanks bud! Are you installing the factory ford solenoids, or are you doing this upgrade, which is what this thread was originally about? haha. Thanks!
Hey anytime mike, Im going with suncoast stuff. I try to stay away from anything factory lol
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Hey anytime mike, Im going with suncoast stuff. I try to stay away from anything factory lol
Ok cool, let us know how it works out! Maybe snap some pics while you're in there?
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Ok cool, let us know how you make out. That's not exactly the symptoms we're having, but hope you get it figured out none the less.
Yeah I didn't think so either it just crossed my mind b/c of the one shift the 6.4 guys were fixing with the suncoast solenoid
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Ok cool, let us know how it works out! Maybe snap some pics while you're in there?
Ill try lol im really bad about that cuz usually its only the organized people that remember cameras and stuff, usually i rip stuff apart then stress til its back together and never think of a camera lol
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Ill try lol im really bad about that cuz usually its only the organized people that remember cameras and stuff, usually i rip stuff apart then stress til its back together and never think of a camera lol
I usually bring a camera out then just as I'm tightening up all the bolts to finish up the project I look over and see the camera sitting there still... unused.
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Haha thats probably about how it'd go. Its supposed to show up friday so ill probably do it saturday morning
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I got the direct solenoid in! It fixed all of the shifting but sometimes I still have a hesiatation and disengagement into gears so im leaning toward a trans pump?
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And mike I think the pictures are too big so ill email them if you want
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And mike I think the pictures are too big so ill email them if you want
Yeah if you email them to me I can downsize them and load them up on here for everyone.

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Sure thing mike. Ill get em over tonight. I did want to say that my reverse thing actually was not fixed after all.... however I beleive that it is the snap ring in the trans, and possibly a clutch issue. Looks like a rebuild is in order.
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Hopefully mine doesn't need a rebuild, since its only got about 3500 miles on this reman tranny! I'll post your pics up here JD when I get em.
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I will say that the shifts are amazing with that solenoid tho... VERY solid I love them. With elites trans tuning it feels like a trans should!
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Re: Direct solenoid for 5r110

Here's a pic of the solenoids if anyone wants to see, compliments of JD...

Thanks for the pic!

"This is really the only picture worth anything. You can see that to the left is the front of the trans. The middle solenoid in the rear bank is the direct solenoid. You can see the plugs on the solenoids, and can barely make out a snap ring on the narrow end with the plastic cap. Remove the snap ring and unplug the solenoid and it will slide right out."
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Re: Direct solenoid for 5r110

Ok so to clear this up as well.... the direct solenoid runs about $165 or so from suncoast for that one solenoid,

and I believe I read somewhere that ALL of the solenoids run about $200 from ford?

Is this true?

I'd think if I was gonna put that one suncoast one in, I'd spend the money and do all of them while I had the pan off no?
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Yes... I got my solenoid from cobbs for 175 shipped (great guys to deal with super fast shipping) as for all the solenoids from ford im not sure. But, start to finish its only about a 20 minute job. Drain the pan into a clean bucket, drop the pan and slide it in. Its easy enough you could do it 2 or 3 times and not get real frustrated. The pan is easy to drop and there are only 3 bolts that are not super easy to get to.
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The frog mods his own solenoid and can mod it to however firm you want it too. Thats who I'm going to get mine from.
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The frog mods his own solenoid and can mod it to however firm you want it too. Thats who I'm going to get mine from.
Price? Who is the Frog?
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Doug with GoGo Diesel. I'm gonna be trying one of his out also eventually.
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i am signing on with mdub, my truck is doing the same eaxct thing after all my work. it actually runs better witout the tune on it, stock runs best so i am leaving the tune off until i can get the solenoid in it i guess..... so hurry up and let us know if this fixes it......
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so what is the best way? the one from sucoast for 175, change all of them with the ford ones for 200? or the one from GoGo Diesel?
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so what is the best way? the one from sucoast for 175, change all of them with the ford ones for 200? or the one from GoGo Diesel?
I would go with the one from GoGo, thats what I'm doing. He has his own tranny also built with raybestos clutches.
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Like I said, it didnt fix all of my problems. The solenoid helped. I believe that the best thing for you guys to do would be get a suncoast rebuild. Comes with new solenoids (epc and direct I believe) plus all of your clutches. I know this isnt what anyone wants to hear, but thats where I am headed
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Like I said, it didnt fix all of my problems. The solenoid helped. I believe that the best thing for you guys to do would be get a suncoast rebuild. Comes with new solenoids (epc and direct I believe) plus all of your clutches. I know this isnt what anyone wants to hear, but thats where I am headed
I shouldn't need this though! I have a reman with hardly any miles on it, and I'm only running a programmer. I didn't even put many miles on this one with a higher hp tune, most were put on with the towing tune! Not to mention I'm still covered under warranty. (sorry if that pisses people off, but my dealer could care less about the performance parts on my truck, yes I know I'm lucky!)
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now my reverse is acting up..... i put it in neutral then into reverse and it feels like it pulls down hard and to the left...... and sometimes when in reverse..... it will move about 15 or 20 feet and feels like it engages again. i get crisp shifts when the tow/haul is engaged and sometimes with out it engaged... i am not running tunes and trying to baby it until i get it fixed. so i do believe a rebuild is in my future.....
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now my reverse is acting up..... i put it in neutral then into reverse and it feels like it pulls down hard and to the left...... and sometimes when in reverse..... it will move about 15 or 20 feet and feels like it engages again. i get crisp shifts when the tow/haul is engaged and sometimes with out it engaged... i am not running tunes and trying to baby it until i get it fixed. so i do believe a rebuild is in my future.....
I have this same issue... Brentos on here told me that this is the snap ring going out which I have heard before. Of course the snap rings buried in the trans so it isnt an easy fix. The low reverse clutches may need replacing too.
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I shouldn't need this though! I have a reman with hardly any miles on it, and I'm only running a programmer. I didn't even put many miles on this one with a higher hp tune, most were put on with the towing tune! Not to mention I'm still covered under warranty. (sorry if that pisses people off, but my dealer could care less about the performance parts on my truck, yes I know I'm lucky!)
I would go back to them and say you want another... Or just to go through it again...
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Well the dealer who replaced the transmission for me is not my regular dealer, as it broke out of town. (They're still relatively close to me ~1hr away). It was a hassle to get them to do anything, the entire time they fought with me and tried convincing me that it wasnt under warranty, and finally they went and replaced it under warranty. I know their certified master diesel tech there is an idiot. I've dealt with him on this truck and a buddies truck and just talking to him for 5 minutes, he doesn't know squat.

My dealer that I regularly bring the truck to, is helpful and willing to do what it takes, but it seems that they dont know how to fix anything if its not throwing codes. My truck was there for over 1 month total now for this issue and they've done nothing. The first time they just flashed my FICM. Next time they cleaned my EGR valve. They dont even know where to look when I point it out and TELL Them. I even told them to have the tech call me the last time when he started work on the truck and it never happened.
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Wow... is it ATS?! Lol thats almost as bad as they are. i think the fight will be worth it in the end tho mike sorry to say it
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I agree, but what is there to fight. I tell them something is wrong, they keep my truck for a couple weeks then return it with nothing fixed!? I even told them about my datalogging information. Apparently it goes in one ear and out the other. Unfortunately they seem to be the only dealer in the area that I KNOW wont complain about peformance stuff. I could go in there with a 15lb nitrous bottle sitting in the center of the carpet and they would just say "cool".
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I hate that... maybe take the tuner off and try another?
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well i happened into a service tech from a ford dealership near me.... he said the master diesel guy there is very good with transmissions and would do it on the side if i had it out for 400 bucks if i provide parts, if this is true and the guy knows his stuff, i may take him up on it.... the suncoast kit i need is 800 plus fluid and i would prolly do a torque converter while i was at it.... so oi guess i will dump another 2 grand into it.....
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well i happened into a service tech from a ford dealership near me.... he said the master diesel guy there is very good with transmissions and would do it on the side if i had it out for 400 bucks if i provide parts, if this is true and the guy knows his stuff, i may take him up on it.... the suncoast kit i need is 800 plus fluid and i would prolly do a torque converter while i was at it.... so oi guess i will dump another 2 grand into it.....
Thats what I was hoping to find! That is exactly what I wanted to do!
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