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Old 04-17-2014, 12:14 PM
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Transmission Problem.

Hi There,

Big fan of this site. About 2 weeks ago I was pushing through some water on the hunt lease and overheated transmission. I dumped approx. 7 quarts of tranny oil which appeared to be coming from torque converter area. I let cool and applied enough oil to get back home. Transmission was working fine. I flushed transmission with new oil and filters. Now 1 week later my second gear is slipping. My question is if there is if anyone knows of a good transmission company in the apopka, fl. area, and what do I need to do as far as upgrades to torque converter etc. I am running 37s with lift. Thanks

Sean
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Old 04-17-2014, 12:16 PM
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By the way its a 2000 7.3 powerstroke superduty
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could give a call to brians truck shop.

they arent in florida but they are on the east coast.
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Old 04-17-2014, 01:29 PM
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could give a call to brians truck shop.

they arent in florida but they are on the east coast.
Arkansas is quite a ways from the east coast.

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Old 04-17-2014, 01:36 PM
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I would suggest re-gearing the axles to save your next transmission, even though there just 37s they still put a strain on your tranny
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I will def. keep that in mind. But now I'm real confused. I drove it this morning and it was not slipping. Got home from work and added Approx. 1 1/2 quarts of tranny oil. Do you think it could have been slipping due to that?
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I will def. keep that in mind. But now I'm real confused. I drove it this morning and it was not slipping. Got home from work and added Approx. 1 1/2 quarts of tranny oil. Do you think it could have been slipping due to that?
Only 1 1/2 low I sure wouldn't think so, but... I suppose it could.

As stated above at least 4:10's on 37's.

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well bts is closer than john wood forgot to add that haha
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well bts is closer than john wood forgot to add that haha
Lol. Thats for sure.

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