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post #1 of 3 Old 10-11-2012, 02:55 AM Thread Starter
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trans slips and sketchy reverse

i am running SCT livewire tune. I drive usually around 2k RPM's when the truck goes to shift from second to third, it revs from 2k to 3,500 then shift hard into third. Also when i put it in reverse its having a hard time grabbing. So i replaced the master shift cylinder (GoGo cylinder) the first few miles it shifted perfectly, but after that its still messing up. Should i replace the rest of the shift cylinders? please help!

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sounds to me u are having the 3-5 shift flair witch is common on this transmission . i am not to sure what u mean by the shift cylinder ? u might be talking about the gogo direct clutch solenoid , i had the same problem as u and the gogo solenoid fixed my problem , if you have already put the gogo solenoid in and are still having problems then it sounds like the direct clutchs might be going .

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it was the diret solenoid, AND it looks like i have to get a new trans too.. oh well time to build one!

2006 F350 dually
10" BMF lift
42's on 22.5 Alcoas
ARP head studs, EGR delete, coolant filter, high pressure fuel pump and oil pump, 4" exhaust
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