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Old 10-23-2008, 09:48 PM
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Tranny issue. Need input please

I have an 02 psd with an automatic tranny. I was driving down the road and when I stopped at a stop sign the truck died. It was like being in a manual tranny and stopping in gear without pushing in the clutch. Same thing after I restarted, when I put it in gear it just bogged down and died but it would go into reverse and work fine. I left it on the side of the road for about two hours and when I came back to meet the wrecker driver it worked fine and hasnt done it again since and I have put about 200 miles on it since then.
Any ideas what could have caused this?

Thanks in advance
Chad
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Old 10-23-2008, 10:32 PM
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Torque converter lockup solenoid sticking, i have seen lots of this on 731 allisons
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i second the solenoid. this is very common with the 6.0 torqueshift transmissions. the reverse planetary will start to come apart sending little pieces of metal everywhere and it will mess up everything including the solenoids.
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i second the solenoid. this is very common with the 6.0 torqueshift transmissions. the reverse planetary will start to come apart sending little pieces of metal everywhere and it will mess up everything including the solenoids.
I third this. Happen to me.
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That was what my 1996 was doing just before the transmission got really bad. I think it is caused by metal starting to come off the pump and it drifts into the valve body. You may be able to get a transmission shop to clean the valve body and flush the transmission to get a little more time out of the transmission.
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