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Old 04-11-2010, 10:28 AM
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Tranny shot????

I have an 03 70,000mi 6.0 with a 5r110, mods: elite egr cooler delete, arp headstuds, 4" exhaust, sct xcal2 running Spartan archives tunes, autometer gauges. Here's my problem, about three or four months ago I noticed that it was taking longer to go from park to reverse and also from reverse to drive and then satrted shifting extremely hard with delay between between shifts and sometimes downshifthing when not needed. Yesterday I was leaving and when I put it into reverse it started jerking or bucking. So what do you guys think silonoid or is my tranny shot? I'm also thinking about trading it in for a goat, I work away from home and need a dependable truck. All info is appericated thank you all.
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Sounds like mine. Mine is not going into 6th and will go from 3-5 then hit hard. From what I've read the direct clutches are probably toast. I'm going to replace the direct solenoid and see if it helps or might get me some more time. A good rebuild kit and tc will cost close to $2gs
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Sounds like mine. Mine is not going into 6th and will go from 3-5 then hit hard. From what I've read the direct clutches are probably toast. I'm going to replace the direct solenoid and see if it helps or might get me some more time. A good rebuild kit and tc will cost close to $2gs

Are you still having this issue?

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Old 04-29-2010, 10:04 AM
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I have The same thing going on, (taking longer to go from park to reverse and also from reverse to drive and then started shifting extremely hard with delay between between shifts and in reverse it started jerking or bucking). I have had it not downshift to First and it stayed in Fourth at stoplights, as I start to drive off it would delay then downshift to First and work right after.
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Old 04-29-2010, 12:57 PM
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Has anybody used Level10 Tranys?
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Well used a Friends scanner and got the codes for the transmission, P0766 = sspc-d circuit or solenoid failure, P2700 = direct clutch failed on or off. Symptom: not all gears available, 1st,2nd,3rd,4th. So its going in the shop to see how bad it is and has anybody ever used Level10 Transmissions?

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Old 06-14-2010, 03:12 PM
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does changing the sspc-d solonoid change this problem? i have one in my shop doing the same thing......
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Old 06-15-2010, 07:18 AM
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Well yes, but no. On my truck I had two solenoids changed one was the sspc-d solenoid the other one that I do not remember at this time, it was related to a reverse problem, but it helped with the shifting- till 5th. Will not stay in gear or jumps back and forth from 3rd-5th. From what I have found out is that the direct clutch can leak or fail internally if it is to this point the trany may or will need overhauled. You will not know how bad it is till you change out the solenoid and then go from there, if the truck has been be driven a lot with this problem it will cause internal damage. I hope this helps.
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