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post #1 of 18 Old 08-20-2012, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
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DELAY IN TRANSMISSION WHEN GOING INTO REVERSE

I have a 2012 F-250 diesel with 800 miles on it and every so often there is a delay when I put the truck in reverse. I put the truck in reverse and after about 5-8 seconds the transmission will finally grab and gives a good tug; especially if you happen to have your foot on the pedal while it engages. Anybody have this issue or is it common. Sorry , my first diesel.
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A 2012 is still under warranty, right? I'd take it in for them to check it.


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I've never had this problem, yet. I would take her in now.

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Is your truck tuned? I have the same issue my 2011, but it doesn't bother me enough to put out back to stock so i can take it to the dealer.

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No work has been done to the truck, it's all stock. I was just thinking it is normal but the dealership said that they have not heard of this from anyone but myself?

Speaking of tuning; i was thinking about adding the H&S and keeping all the componets of the DPF and EGR. Is there big advantages to deleting the DPF and EGR systems completly? Did you do it yourself? New to the diesel thing so any help is appreciated.

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First off they can add me to the list cause mine does it 9 out of 10 times. As far as tuning goes i wouldn't waste my time on tuning with out deleting everything. It really doesn't give you that much of an advantage and your truck just regens more often. It is pretty easy to do with basic tools.

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You must have seen the post from Darkshadowgrey08 about the TSB on the oil pump in the tranny. Kinda sad that my dealership knows nothing about it.

thanks for your input man!
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I have a 2012 F350 DRW and mine does that same thing... seems like does it more when just pulling out of the house first time after sitting all night. i just turned over 13,000 miles. Did they replace pump in your tranny then?
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Good Afternoon

There is a service bulletin for this problem. From what I understand the seals from the tranny pump leak and after the truck sits for awhile is when you will get the delay. They replaced the pump and seals.
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What is the TSB number?


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