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Question tuner- trans slipping

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first off heres some vehicle info 07 f350 6.0 stock 101k.. make a long story short bought a sct tuner to day from innovative put it on street tune and when I really get into it the trans slips trans temp normal 155f am I missing something? is there something on the tuner?
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whats the history of the truck? trans may have already been going...

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It was a construction truck. I'm sure she had a hard life.... As I'm doing a little research I'm seeing some things about doing a trans relearn... If this is not done will it cause a similar issue
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Has anybody had any similar issue.... It's almost when u get on it with a street tune the trans seems to jump to neutral till u back off the pedal
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How long has it been tuned ?? Give it some time to learn new commands . Drive normal for a few , what tuner did you buy sct 3015 ID ??

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Yup from innovative I just got it and set the street tune and drove about 30 miles... And noticed it.. since that I took the tune off and set it to a tow tune... About how long does it take for the trans to adjust
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IIRC has more to do with # of shifts then miles driven !! Also u can reload tune to make sure it loaded correctly , or your trans may have issues ??

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UPDATE... ok so I went ahead and serviced the trans... the external filter was black as coal and the magnet was covered by about 1/4 inch of black sludge.. no large shavings just the greasy black goop on the magnet.. after getting her all buttoned up I took her for a spin (stock tune) the highest my trans temp would get is 130. and it shifts like butter.. is it possible that the filters being clogged would restrict flow and cause it not to shift properly..? Im gonna put it on street tune and send another update later
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glad you got it all fixed... also just FYI 130 degrees is nothing to worry about.. normal temps are about 80 degrees above ambient temperature... i wouldn't start worrying until after 200 degrees
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