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Old 10-23-2010, 07:39 AM
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2005 F250 Transmission Slipping

Automatic Transmission always had a slight hesitation when shifting from park to drive and drive to reverse. Recently it began to slip and I had it diagnosed via computer and was told the sensor was bad. Changed the sensor myself for $70.00 and it continues to slip. It only slips at the beginning when I place the truck into either reverse or drive. At that point, once the truck has overcome the first initial slip it will contiune to stay engaged and not slip as long as I continue to drive even stopping and starting doesn't affect it as long as I do not move the selector again. Only when I stop and disengage the shift selector does it begin to go through the slipping motions again. Anyone got any suggestions. I have serviced the transmission three or four times and I have 150,000 miles on the truck.
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Old 10-24-2010, 06:54 PM
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what sensor did you replace?
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