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Old 02-15-2010, 12:33 PM
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2009 f-250 tranny trouble?

I am a little puzzled! I had a 2005 f-250 diesel and had some trouble. Had all the work done and before my warranty was up I traded it in for a new 2009 f-250. I plowed with the old truck and plow with the new one too! Recently started having trouble when going from drive to reverse and reverse to drive. It feels like it is taking forever for it to engage. Sometimes 5-10 seconds. I bought the truck brand new and now have about 8500 miles on it. Getting nothing from dealership on what is going on (Don't think they know). Has anyone else had any of these transmission problems? And what came out of it? I loved my last truck and love this truck, just frustrated losing money while it is in the shop!
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Old 02-15-2010, 05:53 PM
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I have a 2009 F-250 CCSB Lariat and plow snow as well. 6800 miles on it. I have noticed my truck does the same thing yours does. When I shift from reverse to foward somtimes it takes a few seconds to shift, maybe 2 seconds 3 at the most. It only does this if I do not make a complete stop before shifting. If I stop then shift it, it engages right away, but if I shift while I'm still rolling thats when I notice the lag. I dont know if it's suposed to do that or not? I think it's kind of nice, makes me HAVE to stop so I don't put any undo stress on the trans or u joints, u know.
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Old 02-16-2010, 04:41 AM
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That lag in your tranny......the 2-3 seconds is a code that is being sent to the computer to adjust the way your driving. The dealership said it was something that was added called smart drive and they checked that and replaced the sensor and it still was a 5-10 lag. Now they are pulling the tranny to see what it could be. I guess I'll see hopefully sooner than later. Thanks
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Ok Ok Thanks for the info. Glad to know my lag is not a big problem. Def not 5-10 secs like you. Hope you get back on the road asap. Sucks being down when there is money to be made. Let me know what the dealership finds out, something for me to keep an eye out for for the future with possible issues.
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