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Old 02-24-2014, 10:22 AM
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TRANNY'S REVVING BETWEEN SHIFTS WHEN COLD!!

This happens every da$& morning!! When my truck warms units fine but until then it revs free like the solenoids aren't doing there job then finally it'll shift. Does it from 2-3 and 5-6the worst and slightly between 4-5. I'm hoping it's electronic but please help! So sick of "the latest and greatest" always goving me problems. Bought ready to sell this bit$& and get a 7.3
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Mine does the same thing. I have gotten used to it. I think ford has something to take care of it or at least help. The trans is the main reason I haven't deleted yet. Just feels a little weird. I personally like the way the 5r110 shifted better
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same thing here.
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Mine is deleted and it does it from 4-5 the only way to totally get rid of it is to tune the trans to do what you want it to do then you get a whooooole bunch of other issues and trust me every truck as tranny quirks i just moved over from dodge and those trucks shift all types of funny too the only really really good shifting truck is the D-max but then you get the rest of the package which in my opinion is subpar these days even in Denali HD trim.
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Mine is deleted and it does it from 4-5 the only way to totally get rid of it is to tune the trans to do what you want it to do then you get a whooooole bunch of other issues and trust me every truck as tranny quirks i just moved over from dodge and those trucks shift all types of funny too the only really really good shifting truck is the D-max but then you get the rest of the package which in my opinion is subpar these days even in Denali HD trim.
I just hate that it's the only thing keeping me from really liking this truck. As long as I don't have any issues with the tenant wanting to go out the ill deal with it but it's just a shame that it could be a perfect truck otherwise. Just super aggravating.. When you drive a $70k truck you except it to be flawless. I liked the 6.4 tranny so much better except for towing then I have to say the 6.7 tranny
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Old 03-09-2014, 01:45 PM
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The Trans is the only thing keeping me from deleting!


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Old 03-28-2014, 04:37 PM
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Mine did the same thing, the re-flash din't do anything for fix the problem. Ford finally changed out a transmission solenoid and so far the problem has not come back. It took over 2 years of bringing it back when the truck acted up, but they finally found the problem......(I Hope)
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