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Old 06-14-2009, 11:42 AM
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seems like I only post when $%*$ breaks

Have a 95 f250 auto powerstroke 4x4 went for a drive today, bout 30 miles couple miles from home sitting at a light turned green hit go pedal, nothing happened till about 2k, did it at every other light on the way home, got home popped hood and checked, no fluid, looked under the truck and tranny fluid draining through the bell housing. before I tear it down any ideas on what to look for.
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Old 06-21-2009, 04:19 PM
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k, so I'm almost ready to get the tranny out, can I leave the downpipe in just hangin out loose or is there a good way to get it out?
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wohhh wait

what do you mean nothin happened till 2k? does it act like the pedel is bad? or no power like a turbo isnt working?
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So the motor revs but the truck goes no where?
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Old 06-21-2009, 04:29 PM
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engine revved fine no problems there, but either the convertor or tranny was not engaging
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pulled the tranny pan nothin nasty in the fluid, but there was about a quarter inch of mettalic sludge around the magnet, just cleaned it when I did the solenoid pack 10 months/ 5k ago
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So the motor revs but the truck goes no where?
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engine revved fine no problems there, but either the convertor or tranny was not engaging
that would sound like a bad tq
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Old 06-22-2009, 12:46 PM
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that would sound like a bad tq
i agree
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pulled the tranny pan nothin nasty in the fluid, but there was about a quarter inch of mettalic sludge around the magnet, just cleaned it when I did the solenoid pack 10 months/ 5k ago
Did you find anything out yet?
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Old 06-22-2009, 10:42 PM
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got the tranny out, torque convertor is still full of fluid, does that mean that it's not the front seal, could be the pump or something else? gonna talk to the company that rebuilt the tranny and torque convertor tommorow, see if they can walk me through anything
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