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Old 04-04-2013, 03:57 PM
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6.0 Tannie not responding?

Alright I have a 2003 6.0 4x4 with the auto tannie, the truck has 155,xxx miles and has had the fluid and filter changed in the past 400 miles and has never slipped or missed one time but I was driving down the road going about 65 and the O/D light started flashing and it shifted out of O/D so I pulled over and shut the truck off and started it and had no problem, until later that day, I was driving back and the truck did the same thing and then slipped and completely quit. I can shut the truck off for a little bit and start it back up and move a few feet and it will quit again and it acts like its in neutral.. does anyone know what caused this or can anyone help?
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Old 04-04-2013, 04:04 PM
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Check fluid level but other than that it sounds like it's toast
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Check fluid level but other than that it sounds like it's toast
Fluid is all good and new.. but is that common for a trannie to just go out with out slipping at all? It showed no sign of being weak at all at pulling, climbing, or driving.. I have always had 5 speeds and never liked autos so this is new to me and just continues my hate for them.
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Old 04-04-2013, 04:20 PM
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its cause you flushed it. more than likely tons of crap came loose and clogged the filter and or you killed some solenoids. pull some codes and let us know. i dont think the whole truck is fried yet but your truck definitely has no pressure to shift gears or hold it in gear. when most places do a trans flush they never change the filter.
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Disconnect the batteries and try to do the relearn
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