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Intermittent vibration under acceleration

Twice in the past two days I have experienced vibration in the cab under acceleration and also under acceleration have a quick "tug feeling" that feels like transmission slippage but I'm not switching gears. It will go away by letting off the gas and coasting. This process will last about 5 minutes and then the truck will perform as usual. I have thrown no codes and my edge shows no diagnostic codes. Any ideas on what this could be. Please help!! Thanks

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Also, I have searched the forum and haven't found any else who has had the "slippage feeling" as if someone is tugging on your truck from behind.

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How long since transmission has been serviced?
How many miles is on the fluid?
How many miles on filter?


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I bought the truck at 104,000 miles and currently have 120,000 miles. I haven't had the transmission serviced and I don't know the last time it was.

I have drove normal and not mashed the pedal to the floor over the past few days and the truck drive fine just a little weak. If I get on it though, the surging /bucking/hesitation and rough running will occur. I've noticed that if I drive it and the symptoms occur, then Park it and drive it an hour or so later then the problems still persist but if I Park it overnight then it starts from scratch and I won't have symptoms unless I get on it.

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