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O/D flashing slowing

Hi I have a 95 7.3 e40d and i've had this problem for a while now. When i'm driving i notice when i slowdown or take my foot off the gas pedal the o/d light starts flashing and tranny starts running rough. I know that the tranny goes in "saftey" mode when the o/d flashes but i'm wondering what is causing this code. When this happens i usually restart the engine and shifts fine.....until i slow down. ive been getting to many speeding tickets and would like to fix this problem.lol. would like any feedback to help solve this.

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You have to take it to a trans shop and have them hook it up to their scan tool. they will drive it around and their scan tool will tell them exactly whats going on. that is the best way to diagnose it.

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will do but want to know if any sensors would cause these type problems before getting ripped. also abs light comes on sometimes right after start up but regardless still same problem with o/d flash
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Try one of the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensors). There are 4 or 5 I cant remeber.


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