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Old 12-10-2010, 11:52 PM
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Transmission will not go into gear, cash prize to whoever helps me solve the problem!

Hello, first post on the forum but I have been lurking for the last 6 months or so. My truck is currently out of commission and I'm hoping someone here can help me diagnose and fix it. about a week ago I went to put my truck(2004 FX4 Auto Crewcab) into gear and it was like the truck was in neutral. I had driven the truck just a few hours earlier and it drove completely fine. Now it wouldn't work in D,1,2,3 or Reverse. So far I have pulled codes P0720 and P0722. I have replaced the OSS sensor as well. If I rev the truck up to about 2k rpms and leave it there for a second it will creep forward in Drive and will chirp the tires going into reverse. Other times when I put it in reverse I can floor it but the truck won't rev up at all. The towhaul light flashes sometimes after messing with it for a while as well. Has anybody had this issue? Any help would be more than appreciated!

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Old 12-11-2010, 05:35 AM
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Sounds like a stuck valve inside of the trans. Check your fluid for color/smell/consistency and if bad, change it and the two filters.

Otherwise, it's time for a trans repair.
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Old 12-12-2010, 04:17 PM
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Thanks for the info, the fluid looks and smells ok. I was hoping it was a simple electrical problem but I think it may be internal now(even tried a new pcm to verify). Looks like it's getting towed to the dealership
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Old 12-13-2010, 05:59 AM
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call around to a few local transmission places and see what they say. They should be a ton less than a stealer****.
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Sounds like the dealership is going to get the cash prize.

Good luck man!
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Concerned observer

So what ever transpired ? I am having the same issue
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I wish people would post the fix....is that not the point of these forums? Anyway thought i would give ya a bump...
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Old 04-18-2012, 06:18 PM
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Iam also having the same problem. Had it towed to the dealership thinking it was the transmission. They said I had 4 bad injectors that I was only using half the engine. Also said that the engine could of had an effect of the shifting solenoid at least that's what I hope.
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Old 04-20-2012, 08:22 PM
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I wish people would post the fix....is that not the point of these forums? Anyway thought i would give ya a bump...
^^^^ AGREE ^^^^

Did the pick-up fall off into the pan? I had this happen in my A4OD.
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Old 07-20-2013, 02:33 PM
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My dads having the same problems, it's an 06 Amarillo 50k miles.some times you can get in it and it drives fine shifts good no burnt fluid or slipping but 90% if you start it and put it in gear it won't go in any gear n won't take fuel any 1 find the cure yet? It sounds eltrical to me, but I don't no it's also drinking fuel 8mpg
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