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Old 10-11-2005, 09:29 PM
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tranny hesitation in reverse

1995 f-250 4x4 351 4 speed automatic overdrive tranny called EOD.When the tranny is warm in reverse it has a delay of at least 5 seconds.The dealer flushed the tranny and 2 weeks later this started.They said nothing is wrong because I have 129000 miles.It never did this before, I always did tranny service my self.Any help would great.
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