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Old 12-19-2013, 07:27 PM
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Torqshift acting up engaging into drive

Hey folks, got a problem with my torqshift and couldn't find any other post with my same symptoms so I figured I'd ask the pros. I have a 2006 f350 standard cab,4x4, 6.0 187k and recently it started a delayed engagement into drive. It doesn't do it all the time but probably 7 out of 10 times but most always from park to drive every time it's started up( warm or hot doesnt matter). When it's shifted into drive I get a slight engagement then "falls" out of gear then about a second later re-engages. Once it's fully engaged it shifts real nice and doesn't seem to have any issues.. No shudder in OD or slipping. If anyone can try to point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated!
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Old 12-21-2013, 01:23 PM
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Alright quick update folks, did a internal filter, external, and fluid change.( not flush just dropped pan). the internal screen had some fine particle embedded into it and the external TP roll was black with a film of grey sludge on it. After driving about 20 miles it seems to be shifting a little smoother but still has the momentary engage-disengage-engage into drive . Not as much as before but still there... Any pointers? I'm really dreading bring it to the dealer
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line pressure control solenoid can be clogging up... There is a tsb on this issue. Replce the solenoid
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line pressure control solenoid can be clogging up... There is a tsb on this issue. Replce the solenoid


Is this something I could just drop the pan and replace the solenoid?
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