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Old 01-21-2010, 11:56 AM
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07 Expedition crappy 1-2 shift

Anyone know if there is a PCM update for shifting? My trucks 1-2 shift has a crappy layover feel and i have had an odd clunk/shudder or 2 simply driving down the freeway. Any info? truck has 50k on it.
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Old 01-21-2010, 03:36 PM
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Yes, there are many TCM updates for this tranny. Take it in to a dealer you trust.
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Yes, there are many TCM updates for this tranny. Take it in to a dealer you trust.
Berry....you speak the truth. I definately do not trust my local dealership.
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It's a very common complaint, even has its own tsb so every dealership should know the fix.

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Buzzard,

Are you affiliated with ODI?

I'm thinking about filing a complaint for another issue with my Expedition.
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Are you affiliated with ODI?

I'm thinking about filing a complaint for another issue with my Expedition.
No affiliation, just where I found the tsb info.
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the hardness isn't so much a problem as it is a byproduct of Ford Engineers.

The TCM is intentionally programmed to shift harder when tranny temps are colder. This is done to save on wear/tear of the tranny.


Unfortunately, they went a bit too firm. The TSB addresses this. Do you ever notice the problem when the temperatures are warmer (ie: summer)?
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