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Old 02-17-2011, 03:52 PM
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What is my tranny doing? (VIDEO LINK)

Is it the TC, clutches? I dont know and I'm afraid it's going out. Knew it was going to happen eventually just hoped it wasn't this soon.

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nothing i guess huh?
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either clutch packs are shot or tc don't know which though
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Does it do it on every gear?
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I've been researching everything I can before I buy a diesel, yes, I don't own one yet. Here is something I ran across today, don't know if it will help or give a little insite, but is good watching.

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Don't know if your tires are a factor or not, but good info none the less.
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Is that it going like into 3rd or 4th? Mine has had a little bump like that for about 20k. It really only shows up when I am tuned. Feels like it is the TC not able to lock up on time.

So. Why am I not concerned about mine..... Mine is going into 3rd. Mine hasnt got worse and I drove an 07 that had Ford put a new trans in (his totaly went) and it did the same thing with a few K on it. Dig into these boards, there are a lot of people seeing this.

If that is you going into 2nd, it seems you may have a problem.
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Old 02-18-2011, 03:19 PM
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Is that it going like into 3rd or 4th? Mine has had a little bump like that for about 20k. It really only shows up when I am tuned. Feels like it is the TC not able to lock up on time.

So. Why am I not concerned about mine..... Mine is going into 3rd. Mine hasnt got worse and I drove an 07 that had Ford put a new trans in (his totaly went) and it did the same thing with a few K on it. Dig into these boards, there are a lot of people seeing this.

If that is you going into 2nd, it seems you may have a problem.
I definetely have a problem, just cant figure out whether its the TC or the tranny. It will do that from 2nd to 3rd and 3rd to 4th. I wont even try to punch it off the line. I knew it was going to go at some point I was just hoping it wasn't this soon. In that video I had my foot about 3/4 down. I think it's a combination of both the TC and tranny because it will shift fine just driving around but as soon as the TC locks up and I give it some throttle it will do that.
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