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post #1 of 4 Old 10-21-2012, 02:34 PM Thread Starter
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Mechanical shifts, but not electrical

I posted a while back with no luck, do I am trying again. I have an 02 F250 with about 220k on it. My truck drive perfect and shifted fine, then one day it quit. I have reverse, 2nd gear, and 4th. I have to manually shift the transmission for it to work. I start in second, then shift to drive. I could not find a blown fuse, (checked all, not sure which pertains to trans), wiring to sensor on back of transmission looked good and was connected. My OD light is blinking.... Can the wire problem in the shifter be causing this problem?
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The "Flashing OD" light is for the Transmission, much like SES is for the Engine. It means there are transmission codes to be pulled that would help direct you. I think you have bigger problems than a chafed wire, get the codes pulled and find out why
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Yea you need to get the codes read to be sure, but i would lean towards the solenoid pack being bad.

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Thank you guys I appreciate the info.

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