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Pulled the cab, bulletproofed my 2005 6.0
Driving around and trans overheating! Have an sct x4. Showing me 250 F. With dash gauge going up as-well.
Here’s what I’ve done-
Unplugged test hose on trans radiator verified pump is working.
drained trans fluid, blew out lines with shop air no obstructions.
4x4 hi/low engaged shows light on dash.
Verified fluid is up to level.

No hard Codes but there are soft codes!

Ive attached codes I was able to pull.

Thanks in Advance!
 

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The codes seem to point to the solenoids in the transfer case. I don't see how this would affect the trans temperature.

Even if the bypass filter on the transmission was all the way open, there's only supposed to be 10% flowing through this bypass filter.

Any coolant in the transmission? I had this a long time ago in a car and it ruined the transmission.
 

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The codes seem to point to the solenoids in the transfer case. I don't see how this would affect the trans temperature.

Even if the bypass filter on the transmission was all the way open, there's only supposed to be 10% flowing through this bypass filter.

Any coolant in the transmission? I had this a long time ago in a car and it ruined the transmission.
Didn’t see any coolant when I drained trans to blow lines out.
So I’m assuming my connection somewhere is not working. I’ve never had issues with trans before the rebuild…
 
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