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Old 07-13-2013, 12:11 PM
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Tranny Issues

Ok so I think I did a dumb thing today. I pulled some stumps out. Most came out with little to no effort but some I really had to push the truck. I did one hard one in reverse. The rest were pulling from the trailer hitch. Now the problem...the truck takes about 15 seconds to shift into reverse and then falls out and about another 5 second engages fully. It drives normally. Think I blew the reverse seal. Secondly in drive...no delay/slippage in first. The problem is when it shifts from 3rd to 4th. Engine revs like it down shifts or slips. With out a trailer is slams into 4th. Can any one help with the issues?? I believe everything is stock. Ive had the truck for 3 months and it has 82k. 2006 6.0L Automatic
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Old 07-17-2013, 07:29 PM
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Your clutch to forth is the also like the same clutch drum I'm reverse same thing happen to me and that's what a tech told me when he drove it and two weeks later total failure In forth and reverse


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Old 07-22-2013, 09:14 PM
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Its actually a two speed and a three speed in one, giving you 6 gears, one of which is only used when its subzero temps. It goes 12346 when below 0 defrees and 12356 above 0. When you go from 3rd to 4th(5th gear actually) its changing the front 2 speed gear and enabling the "direct drive clutch." This same direct drive clutch is used for reverse. Kinda sucks because you cant really do much under load with these trans in reverse. Basically you will soon not have more than 3 forward gears, no reverse, and then it will go out completely once enough debris gets cought up.
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Old 07-24-2013, 08:47 PM
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Is there any difference in the working or computer from 03-06 5r110


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Old 07-24-2013, 09:12 PM
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I know there were a few recalls and tsbs with the transmission, and I believe 05 was the first year made that didnt have recalls or tsbs. I believe the 05 and above are regarded as stronger. I know there was a recall for a reverse ring or something like that. As far as computers I believe they operate the same way and it is part of the programming with your strategy. Im getting the 3-5 flare now, I had used the sct to boost the pressure for the shift but it is coming back. They also make a stronger solenoid for the shift, ones from go-go, and there are several other ones they make. But with your severety id say its pretty much toast, try resetting the computer by disconnecting the batteries for 10 min, that should help some.
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I tried to disconnect the batteries for almost 2 hours and did nothing. The fourth gear slamming is fixed (by itself) but the reverse issue is still there. It takes an additional 2-4 seconds depending on temps. When engine is cold it is fine (first thing in the morning).
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