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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-11-2015, 04:34 AM Thread Starter
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I have looked all over but can not find a thread with the same symptoms as mine. 2006 f250 6.0 4x4. My issue is this. When going from park o drive or reverse it takes a second or 2 for it to engage, as well as reverse to drive or drive to reverse. I have found some similar post about that but here is where mine differs... if my truck is in park or neutral and you rev truck up let it come back down to idle and put it in any gear it won't engage until you rev it up in that gear then it slams into gear and feels like the Tranny and rear end are gona come apart. I had truck put back to stock at ford and new updated software installed and still same issue. Where should I start? Tech at FORD looked puzzled
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Re: aggravating tranny issues

Initial thoughts are fluid level or solenoid problems. Did anyone check line pressure?
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Re: aggravating tranny issues

I would replace both the PC-A solenoid, solenoid E, fluid and check for improvement. You'll need a new solenoid body gasket too. While you're in there, check for fine metal in the pan. If there is an excessive amount, stop there. It will need to be pulled for overhaul. Fine metal and other debris is what makes these solenoids stick.

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