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Exclamation no crank, no shift, odometer reads all 8's, no shift, trans temp gauage barely moves

I have a 100% stock '03 f350 with 6.0L. Drove today to store, no probs. Came out of store, truck would not crank. I tried shifting out of park and starting in Neutral, same results. Jumped starter, truck started. Started driving home, noticed odometer shows all 8's, truck shifted very hard into reverse, and very hard into drive then would not shift out of first. Also, tow/haul button no longer works, and trans temp gauge barely moved. Any one else experienced similiar probs?? Please help!!!
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also checked

I also checked fuse 31 and relay 307....same results.
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my friends dad had the same problem with the starting. he started it to go to the store and came out from the store and nothing . bad cell in the battery. I'd get them checked.

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was he able to start it though by jumping starter? Everything else works fine. I did not use cables, i used screwdriver across terminals on starter.
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i unhooked the batteries for a while, went back out hooked them back up, truck fired right up. Hopefully just a glitch!!
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Get your batteries tested before you ended up stranded.

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sounds like a pcm problem, may want to look at the three connectors on it just to make sure they arent loose.
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