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Old 06-06-2011, 04:12 PM
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2001 f250 v10 6.8L Transmission problem?

hi everyone, I would really appreciate any help;
my truck starts fine, and seems to engage all gears when I am stopped going from gear to gear. However, when i put it in D, and start accelerating, I reach a speed of around 25-40mph and all of the sudden, my truck seems to brake all by itself and speed and rmp drop but I never applied brakes and then it refuses to once again accelerate until speeds drop to 10-15mph after what it seem to get unstuck. Best way I can describe it is similar to downshifting a manual trans without the increase in rpm.
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