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Old 08-05-2014, 07:55 AM
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95 F150 302 e40d, Trans has intermittent issues, only happens once in a while, he said when driving the truck will slow, rpm's go up, as in kicking out of gear, shift a little erratically do it for a couple of miles, then clear up for a couple of months or so, and of course when I drive or am riding in the truck it runs good, truck had 85,000 easy orig. miles. Trans serviced less than 10,000 miles ago. I am thinking wiring, or solenoid hanging, not the converter if it were that it would be slipping all of the time. Could the wiring where the shift leaver be going bad?
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Most definately. If it has never been changed, the original mpls (neutral switch) were bad about getting corroded by trapping moisture. The newer style ones do not have this problem.
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