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Old 12-26-2012, 04:00 PM
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No Overdrive and Slipping

Guys I need help asap. 2008 ext cab Intake exhaust egr delete, was currently on 250 hp H&S tune. I was towing trailer on interstate, as I do frequently, hit throttle pretty good to pass a car, truck studdered jumped and then would not go into overdrive, wrench came up on display. Made it home driving about 55 to 60 mphs, turned truck off and let cool for a few minutes, wrench is gone, went to back trailer in at house and it is noticeably slipping in reverse at least. Pulled trans code with H&S and came back with p2703 & p0766, what do you guys think.
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Old 01-05-2013, 02:39 PM
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My Trans did the same thing back in June and continually got worse. I cleared the codes but that doesnt get rid of the problem. Start specing out a performance Trans that can handle the tunes and towing. I found these to sites on the web and they guarantee that their Tranny's will handle 600+ HP.

Ford 5R110W Billet Transmission 600HP Heavy Duty Towing Racing Powerstroke | eBay

5R110W Performance Transmission 5R110W Billet Parts and Torque Converter
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Old 01-05-2013, 06:35 PM
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Yea, I ended up buying tranny from PATC they told me the level 3 enforcer should work well with tunes and towing. Anyone vouch for their work on here, people were real pleasure to work with. Tranny was supposed to ship today, can't wait to see outcome. What are some of positives and or changes I should expect from this tranny.
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I bought my converter and rebuild kit from them. I vouch for them 100%. I spent an hour on the phone with their builder yesterday. Really knows the 5r110. Wish my builder would have. Mine rebuilt mine 1 month ago and the clutches are all gone in 2nd and od after 1000 miles. No oil pressure or something. He won't even warranty it. But yea patc has been a pleasure to deal with IMO.


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I bought my converter and rebuild kit from them. I vouch for them 100%. I spent an hour on the phone with their builder yesterday. Really knows the 5r110. Wish my builder would have. Mine rebuilt mine 1 month ago and the clutches are all gone in 2nd and od after 1000 miles. No oil pressure or something. He won't even warranty it. But yea patc has been a pleasure to deal with IMO.


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Who built your tranny? Performance Innovations or PATC?
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Oh I may have made that very confusing. A local shop to me did my rebuild. All parts and converter were purchased from patc. A local shop did my trans and now won't honor their work. Patc has been awesome though, their builders seem to really know their stuff.


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