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Old 06-19-2014, 05:58 PM
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2006 F250 Transmission slipping or?

Have an 06 F250.
When I slow down to make a turn then accelerate it's like the drive shaft spins half a turn before it catches. Been doing it for awhile now.
Now I'm get a clunk when I come to a complete stop. When you stop then truck settles there is a little clunk.

Does this sound like the slip yoke problem?
Hope so that would be an easy fix.

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Yes it does. Grease the slip yoke.
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