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I seem to be lagging on the shift going from park-drive, rev-drive, neutral-drive. there will be a 2-3sec delay then a slight jerk forward nothing like hard jerk just the truck moves forward without tire movment...... Any ideas?
How long has it been happening?
Was it the same before as after the fluid service?
What fluid was used?
Was the transmission filter also changed?
Was the fluid level checked in accordance with the manual?
Are there ANY other transmission-related anomalies?
How many miles on transmission?
Any prior service history on the transmission?
Recent service on the vehicle?
-It started about 3 months ago, I thought it was the fluid so i had it changed.
-It is the same as before i changed the fluid
-Not sure what fluid was used, the shop that did repairs on my truck did it when i brought it in for a follow up
-I dont think the filter was changed with the fluid
-Yes it was done by the book
-No other trans issues that i have noticed
-It is the original trans truck has 101,800 miles on it
-No prior service history on it other than the routine check ups
-Recent service, Cleaned the air filter, oil change, oil filter change, all fuilds topped off.
-Not sure which trans it has, as far as I know it is the stock one that came with the modle. 2003 F250 5.4L Fx4 XLT Tow Package
Sorry I dont have all the information you mentioned, a little new to this whole trouble shooting thing.....on ground vehicles at least
It *might* any of several things including a restricted or leaky filter, a weak pump, valve body components sticking or leaking, or an internal clutch or accumulator problem.
I've sent a message to someone with far more expertise that I have to take a look at your symptoms. Hopefully, Mark will be along in due time and will be able to comment with more depth. Having a transmission thread in an engine forum isn't a good way to attract the right expertise.
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