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Old 01-06-2013, 03:45 PM
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95 Powerstroke Shifting Problems ?

I am thinking about buying a 95 F250 Powerstroke, the guy said it needs a new steering column, because there is a bad wire of something in it. He said you have to manually shift it from 1st to 2nd then it will shift on its own and down shift on its own. Could this be a tranny problem ? or steering column ?
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My old OBS had the same symptoms when my transmission was in its death throws. Im not saying that we have/had the same problem but but my truck...it was transmission related.
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