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Hey I have an 06 f350 king ranch with the 6.0 engine. When the engine and transmission are cold the transmission doesn't want to shift and when you get around 60-65 mph in overdrive the transmission starts to jerk and shake the whole truck. If anyone on here had expericned this and knows how to fix it please let me know. Thank you.
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I'd do some searching, cause I've come across this fairly often in my "studies."



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I forgot to say that once it warns up it quits.
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I'd do some searching, cause I've come across this fairly often in my "studies."
Firstly, welcome! Secondly, the search function works really well. Read, read and read again!

Without more info, I would say your shift issue may be a function of low power or - need more info - but, primarily it sounds more like an injector problem.

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isaac...i have a 05 6.0L w/ 56k and was having the EXACT same problem. I took it in to three aftermarket mechanics and they spend a couple hundred dollars of my money each place and came up with nothing. I finally said F'it and took it the dealership and one week and $7,000 later....the egr valve was broke off and sitting inside the manifold in pieces and all the egr parts and pieces and oil cooler were clogged and defunked, a couple head bolts were cracked, intake seals were leaking and two injectors had failed. I had installed the bulletproof EGR complete package, ARP studs, ALL new injectors, Snap connect fitting upgraded and a partridge in a pear tree. I'm picking her back up tonight.....
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Hey I have an 06 f350 king ranch with the 6.0 engine. When the engine and transmission are cold the transmission doesn't want to shift and when you get around 60-65 mph in overdrive the transmission starts to jerk and shake the whole truck. If anyone on here had expericned this and knows how to fix it please let me know. Thank you.
I would bet you have an injector missing/dropping out when its cold, try some rev-x and/or fuel treatment?

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Any one heard of an issue with a wirring harness to the shift Siloniods in the pan of the trans? Have had this issue for a year now with no codes and yesterday pulled a favor from a good friend who restores classic muscle and he had a trans guy give me a call. Said its a common issue somtimes miss - somtimes perposely - diagnosed as the shift siloniod. Ive ran every test there is to run on the engine in my 06 that a Pegisys scan tool will run and when warm the truck runs great. Not being able to diag this shutter when cold is getting under skin as I hate replacing whats not broke. Read many but wonder have i just missed the thread with the answer?
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I would bet you have an injector missing/dropping out when its cold, try some rev-x and/or fuel treatment?
I agree with this . you have stiction look it up

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