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94.5 auto. starting in 3rd when put in Drive

My buddy has a 94.5 F250 7.3 auto.. he just bought it a month ago and now its having transmission issues. shifted real good when he first got it.. When he puts it in drive it seems to start 3rd, and if you put it in 1st it starts in second, and has no over drive. This is all via a text, so i havent personally driven it.. said it doesnt slam into gear or anything.. Any ideas?

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Re: 94.5 auto. starting in 3rd when put in Drive

Often it is the computer's power relay that isn't powering the computer. That's how the E4OD shifts without a computer.

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Re: 94.5 auto. starting in 3rd when put in Drive

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Often it is the computer's power relay that isn't powering the computer. That's how the E4OD shifts without a computer.
That relay is on the passengers side fender correct?

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Re: 94.5 auto. starting in 3rd when put in Drive

I don't remember where it's located. It's been a long time since I looked at one of those trucks.

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Re: 94.5 auto. starting in 3rd when put in Drive

94.5 should have an engine compartment fuse box. It's in there IIRC.

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