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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-25-2012, 09:40 PM Thread Starter
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05 f-350 trans problem

the trans in my 05 f-350 4x4 will not stay in gear if i give it a shot of fuel driving it will just rev up and not move but if i stay easy on it it will drive but not fast its not making any noise or sounds but yesterday when i moved it in the driveway my tow haul light was flashing and i ran a scan on it and nothing came up. im stumped i don't want to take it apart without knowing what to look for. any help?
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-25-2012, 10:06 PM
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Re: 05 f-350 trans problem

what scan tool are you using. some of the handheld ones wont read all modules. If the tow haul light was blinking it should have a code stored. How is the fluid level?
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Re: 05 f-350 trans problem

the fluid level is normal and i used a power chips programer to read the codes. could i have over heated the trans and burnt my fluid? would that be a possibility?
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Re: 05 f-350 trans problem

I would try to get someone that has a scan tool not just a code reader and see if they can pull the code. I would say overheating isnt going to cause the issues you have as long as it didnt vent and the fluid is full.
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Re: 05 f-350 trans problem

ill get it scanned tomorrow. i was just seeing if it was a common problem for a quick fix
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