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04 6.0 tow/ haul light flashing

my 04 f250 has the tow/haul light flashing. some times it stops and when i get on it it comes back. any ideas?
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pulled code P0757 Shift solenoid 2 stuck on.
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on 8 hour trip - light flashing

The tow/haul light just started flashing on 2004 f350 Super Duty with 6.0 engine. Just had the transmission checked, flushed and new filters put in. 114,000 miles (original).
I've read through the forum for possible causes but what I don't know is whether or not to stop and get towed to the nearest repair shop or if I can continue until I get to Rawlins (about 100 miles).
I am towing a 32 foot trailer. I have felt the engine stutter a couple of times but I've been in the high winds area so attributed it to that.
Please help!
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[QUOTE=joshbarro;5472305]The tow/haul light just started flashing on 2004 f350 Super Duty with 6.0 engine. Just had the transmission checked, flushed and new filters put in. 114,000 miles (original).
I've read through the forum for possible causes but what I don't know is whether or not to stop and get towed to the nearest repair shop or if I can continue until I get to Rawlins (about 100 miles).
I am towing a 32 foot trailer. I have felt the engine stutter a couple of times but I've been in the high winds area so attributed it to that.
Please help![/QUOTE


sounds like the shift solinoid is stuck but the tow haul kicks out 65 mph.
but your pulling a 32 ft camper,me personally i would try to make it the other 100 miles and then have it looked at or pull over and shut truck off and see if it will reset"worth a try".
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