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Old 06-30-2013, 02:41 PM
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wierd tranny shifts

My 99 F-250 started shifting like a manual. It goes into drive and reverse fine but when shifting up it winds out to 2500 rpm then let off and it shifts into 2nd and is fine after that was able to pull 2 codes PO732-gear 2 incorrect ratio PO781 1-2 shift. haven't dropped the pan to see how the magnet looks oil looks fine on dipstick. any ideas would be helpful thanks
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Ok so today I drained the oil and dropped the pan, oil was kinda brownish the magnet had a lot of sludge on it but hardly any metal I took the accumulator valve off to clean it as it seems to have sludge in as well the truck only has 85,000 on it my next question is it possible for a solenoid to be bad? I took the tuner off and drove it stock it shifts down fine but from second to third you have to let off the pedal the it shifts to third, any ideas thanks
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