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Old 04-08-2014, 01:17 PM
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1st-2nd gear and od wont turn off

So now my lovely truck won't shift into second unless I let of the pedal. Also when push the od button to turn it off it wont work? It just acts like it will and stays in od... any idea whats wrong? Tranny has been rebuilt but it has less than 100k on it.. problem is I they only had a 18 month warrenty and its been just under 2 years as of now.

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Sounds like a sticking solenoid or valve body, maybe a piece of gasket material hung in something. Fluid dark or have a burned smell to it? When was last fluid and filter change? Any metal bits on the magnetic plug?
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Old 04-08-2014, 03:51 PM
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Havnt actually took off the plug yet or anything. Transmission was replaced at 515 and its at 560 now. So 45k ago it was all new. I was told it may be the accumulater regulator valve? Im just trying to see if it could be something stupid before I have to make any decisions.

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Trans fluid and filter need to be changed every 15 to 60 k miles, depending on what you do with it and how well the cooling system works, and the color, smell, and any metal content in the fluid tell you a lot about the condition of the internals.
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Okay. So should I flush it and change the filter? I know that probably wouldn't solve the problem but it would probably tell me what may be wrong by looking at what comes out with the fluid like what you said?

Sorry this whole transmission thing is new to me. I try to just know what I need to.

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Trans shop said I had a shift solenoid b code. So should be a 500 dollar fix.

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