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Old 04-22-2011, 12:18 AM
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1997 F250 transmission problems

Hi everyone just got 97 F250 diesel but the speed odometer doesn’t work and the
transmission take a long time to go to second gear than it kicks hard and the other gears go down and up all crazy could someone help with any suggestions.
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Fix the speedometer and then the trans will be fine. Most likely it's the speed sensor on top of the differential on the rear axle.
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Thank you will do that and I hope that will do the trick. I will let you know
how it went.Thank you for your help Once again.
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Mark you hit it right on it was the speed sensor now it's working just fine.
Thank you for your help.
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I have questions and don't see where to post. . . only post a reply HELP!!!!
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