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My transmission started flaring after I did a big burnout the other day. At first I was worried that roasting the tires might have destroyed something in the transmission but a burnout isn't nearly as hard on the tranny as towing a 12,000pound 5th wheel up a 5% grade... I'm thinking it just got hotter than it usually does and some debris loosened up and clogged up the direct solenoid.
What I want to know is how one guy changed his tranny 3 times and still had the flare. Bad luck? Or an electronic issue?? Either way, I'm BABYING my truck on the stock tune until my GOGO solenoid comes in.
When you guys installed it how much fluid did you have to drain? Just to know how much needs to be replaced. My fluid still looks and smells new, so I hadn't planned on flushing everything.
2005 F250 SCSB XLT 4X4- Studded-EGR Delete-OEM HEAD GASKETS(black onyx failed)-Oil Cooler Rebuild-HPOP fitting-6.4 Banjos-Blue Fuel Pressure Spring-MBRP 4"-Innovative Tunes-Viper Remote Start-BFG 35s-2.5" Leveling Kit-- 13.9 @ 95mph on x-street, x-race should be good for ~13.6
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