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Transmission won't go

Hi new to the form and searched all over for this and couldn't find anything.So my 2002 f250 7.3 automatic transmission has been giving me problems, basically what it's doing is when I put it in drive it doesn't want to move unless I rev it up. When I turn the overdrive off it works fine just lunges forward a little. Transmission temp runs about 180 in 90 degree weather. Also the truck has 210,000 miles and don't think the transmission has been rebuilt before. Any help?
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Is the fluid level good?

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Yea the fluid is good I thought that at first cause it did have a little leak but I've changed it and have checked it when it starts doing it. It seems to do it more when the transmissions warm
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Did you check the level while the truck is warmed up and running? If so then I'd say you pump is going bad followed by the clutches.

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Yea I checked when it is warmed up and running. I was thinking the same thing but wanted some other input before going to a shop. Thanks for the reply
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Is the fluid dark brown or smell burnt? If not, probably your pump but you might as well go through it while its out and apart.

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The atf that's in it I still nice and red doesn't smell burnt or anything gonna call tomorrow and get a quote
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It's a 2002
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did you try putting it in 1st or 2nd and seeing if it moves? could be a torque converter being bad too, also could of fried a clutch pack. Do you have reverse?
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