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Old 05-08-2013, 04:54 PM
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PTP Solenoid question

So whats the gains and has anyone been using the PTP Modified Direct Clutch Solenoid ? I have been noticing a slight chatter into reverse sometimes and im gonna do a trans service so im thinking i might order it. Plus does anyone know if its a big deal to install?
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:54 AM
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No one knows anything about this?
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Shutter in reverse is a bad sign, almost death sentence. I wouldn't waste money on a solenoid. It's possible it's already too late. I believe shutter in reverse is related to direct clutch failure.
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It has shuddered into reverse since the day the truck was brand new and i also had the rev and slam issue which it set shift solenoid codes and ford put a valve body under warrenty... Hasnt got any worst just the only thing is the truck chatters into lockup but only when towing... Empty its perfect!
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the solenoid took 30 minutes from start to finish. draining fluid, removing pan, replacing solenoid, putting pan back on, ran it through every gear then did a burn out. very simple. also replaced both filters.
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