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Old 02-20-2014, 08:03 AM
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Tranmission Slipping and Slamming

Good morning all. Yesterday I noticed in every gear after 2nd my Transmission is slipping a little bit and then slamming into gear. If i baby it, it wont slip. I took my tune off yesterday afternoon and tried it out and it was only slipping into overdrive. I went for a drive this morning and its like nothing ever happened to it yesterday. Drives perfectly fine. No slipping or slamming. My question is, Could something have gotten wet or Could I have a bad sensor? When it comes to transmissions I'm left in the dark. Im dealing with about 12 inches of snow and ice melting with rain, so there are huge puddles that cannot be avoided sometimes. Im hoping I dont need a rebuild. Truck is an 04 250 58K Miles. Mods are ARP's, SRL Tune, EGR delete and Exhaust. Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks - Justin
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