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post #1 of 12 Old 12-06-2009, 08:56 PM Thread Starter
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Ok so i was driving along and my truck shifted twice and then wouldnt shif again the rpms would go as high as I pushed the gas and drop as soon as I let off. I could not get it to shif a 3rd time I started to mess with the shifter in between N and D and finnally it shifted. I pulled it down all the way to D again and it quit shifting passed 2nd or whatever gear it was it would only shift in the first 2 gears. it is a 97 f250 powerstroke I need to know what I should do asap
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post #2 of 12 Old 12-06-2009, 09:08 PM
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shifter? doesnt sound like its in drive but thinks its in 2nd. not sure tho.

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Did you mess with the transcommand or anything else we discussed the other day?

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I agree with jarrod.... move the shifter one position to the left and see what happens, even if it looks like its in N now. It may look like its in D but it probably is out of whack and thinks its in 2nd

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Your clutch packs are fryed mine did the same thing. Because sometime mine would work good then other times it wouldnt get outta 2nd took it to a shop bye bye clutch packs!!!

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How much are clutch packs? and do you have to drop the whole tranny to install?
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Yes you have to pull the tranny.........Not sure how much clutche packs are cause mine was under warrenty because it was only rebuilt for about weeks then It had the same problems as the OP

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Ok how sure are you that that is whats wrong because when I messed with the shifter on the steering wheel I got it to shift right would that usually happen? when i moved it more it quit
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move it to left and see how long it lasts

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What do you mean by move it to the left and see how long it lasts?
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