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Tranny help after using sct sf3 performance mode

Trucks a 04 f250 6.0 ,37 inch tires on 17 inch rims and a 8 inch lift and 4.30 gears.here the problem was shifting perfect before started using the programmer,when I first installed the performance mode it was smooth powerful sailing,after awhile it started where when you started it and went to put it into drive or reverse it would take awhile to engage,then a little later on here now the time is taking a lil longer to shift ,and in wide open Throtle seems to not in gage into gear sometimes and revs up but don't go have to let off the throttle and wait let it slow down then it start back on the accelerator to go,also when slowing down it shift down like a jake brake almost,and at stop sighns or stops it seems as tho its in a higher gear or your holding the brake trying to do a brake stand ,but once it hits the higher rpm it takes off like a monster,not sure what the problem is and don't want to go buy a new tranny if its something simple,like a sensor or mayby just needs the filter and fluid changed.heeeelllllppppp please


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Also some times the truck will shift just fine almost all day even under wide open throttle,but a majority of the time it acts up


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try unpluging the battries for a bit and doing a relearn could have learned it self into a hole . id give that a try and its free , look up 5r110 relearn on the org . good luck and keep us updated . theres also an upgraded solenoid called the gogo direct clutch sloenoid that may help


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slip bang and delay in R and P. It doesnt sound good. Its not in limp mode yet or is the tow/haul blinking? You're gonna need some codes to pop up saying its an electrical issue or a pump issue but I would be prepared for the worst.

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