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post #1 of 5 Old 07-13-2008, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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No OD, P0715,p0717

I realize that the codes are for turbine shaft speed, but what sets the codes?
I am trying to figgure out if I have a hard part problem that requires a new trans or if it is a control/valvebody issue that can be repaired?

Going down the freeway it shifted out of od to third all of a sudden and heard a loud chatter,ginding noise? Could this all be a TC problem?

Fluid is pink and up to level,


I am thinking it is possible that I caused the codes when I shut of the engine while coasting and restarted it, hoping to reset things.


Hope this all makes sense

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Year, engine, mods, etc. etc.

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Will do!

I just got done pulling the pan on the trans,, I'm screwed
Metal flakes!!

Trans is out and ready to get torn down/replaced.

Any one have feed back on Fords Heavy Duty Reman??

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I'd contact some local sled pullers/drag racers and see who builds there trannies. I am on my 3rd Ford tranny with 117,000 miles. I'd look somewhere else besides Ford if it were me.

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Go with a John Wood or BTS Transmission.

You WILL NOT regret it, and it will definitely be worth it.

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