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Old 02-22-2013, 12:48 PM
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rev slam, now soft shifting

New to the forum so be easy. Bought my truck about 3 months ago and tuned it about a month ago (Spartan 250 EL) since I put the tuner on it I've had the typical rev slam issue, and now the shifts have went soft on me almost feels like factory shifting. I've read where the more firm the shift the better. Any truth to that? My truck shifts fine from park to reverse and to drive. The only problem i have is coasting to a stop and rolling back into gas. Has don't it twice and threw codes the second time. Would a go go solenoid help me or is that only for someone having trouble with shifting from park to reverse and drive?

08 f250 6.4L
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