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  1. jwt27ta6
    Yesterday 06:37 PM - permalink
    jwt27ta6
    Yeh, that is my thoughts too...the tunes. I can't really REMOVE the tunes cause I replaced my split-shots with single-shot injectors...so have to have some tunes for the engine to run right. But, I will try some of the original tunes I got. So, you don't think this is a valve body issue? or clogged filter? or TC? 1 other symptom is it seems to slip for a second btwn 1-2nd...usually more so when warmed up......again PHP says that isn't their issue, but a tranny issue. They said they even removed the "delay" setting.
  2. jwt27ta6
    Yesterday 04:59 PM - permalink
    jwt27ta6
    Mr Mark, Hello, sir. What would cause not shifting to the next gear at WOT or anywhere near it? 2002 Excursion 7.3L, 37" tires, Jasper rebuilt sometime ago 4R100 with John Woody Valve Body, running PHP Tunes. PHP swears it isn't there tunes & that it is already programmed with 1-3mph sooner shifting. There is no slipping even when towing, no codes, runs great & powerful at all other times....just won't shift to next gear near or at WOT (even when get to 3200+ RPM's)....yes, I know, that is basically redlining it, which is why I want to fix it. Any help would be much appreciated, sir. Jeff
  3. Jeremy05
    04-19-2016 08:09 PM - permalink
    Jeremy05
    Thanks for the reps Mark! Im sorry for the delayed thank you...im still learning the system over here.
  4. Gtxx
    04-10-2016 02:38 PM - permalink
    Gtxx
    Hi mark ,
    I have the od light flashing , & 4way hazard switch deactivating od when pressed while running.
    Its a 94 f250 e4od 7.3 idi.(2 Unnecessary builds) I researched down to the Psom chip , which fixed the slamming shifting problem originally.
    Od light still flashes and the 4way switch kicks out overdrive causing high rpm. I read about reprogramming the Psom or something for that brake voltage fix ?! How do I do that. I have an older scanner?! HaHa.
    I'm recuperating from an accident and my employer of 28yrs seem to not want me anymore, I'm kinda unable and disabled .SO.....
    Can I: fix this myself, operate the truck w/out causing more damage.
    Truck has 230k miles +- and electric trailer brake hook Up.
    I'm going to do the dielectric grease and connector cleanse thing. Most all sensors were changed as I stumbled with shift slamming issue. ANY info would be very helpful.
    Thanks In advance.
    Gtxx
    I have found that being disabled and unemployed is a full time job. Ha"!
  5. whatusername
    03-31-2016 09:35 PM - permalink
    whatusername
    Hello Mark im a new member and i joined this site because i have seen your name mentioned in alot of posts and know you are the man to ask.. i have a problem with my e4od and hope you can spare some time to help me with it.. Please let me know if u can
    i have revived this thread can you have a look? http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/13...l#post16171337
  6. Mark Kovalsky
    03-25-2016 09:32 AM - permalink
    Mark Kovalsky
    Is this a Taurus? Focus? F-150? Explorer? Escape? Corvette? Tesla? Model "T"? Ferrari? You have to give me something to start with. All I can tell you at this point is that you're losing fluid somewhere.

    Mark
  7. Jimerin
    03-24-2016 11:13 PM - permalink
    Jimerin
    Hey Mark my name is jim I saw your post hopefully you can help me with the problem I have. I have disappearing ATF in my trans one court every 500 miles it's clean and dry around the trans-bell housing the entire underneath of the vehicle I have a new concrete driveway it's not dripping. There is no vacuum modulator there is a separate trans cooler. I pulled the rubber plug underneath the tork converter put my finger up in there and it was dry as a bone I've gone 1250 miles and use 2 1/2 quarts of ATF it was in a ford shop today and they said there was nothing wrong with it I don't know what to do can you please help me
    Thank you
    Jim
  8. Tom Walker
    03-21-2016 06:57 PM - permalink
    Tom Walker
    Mark, Could you comment on my post of today? http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/13...n-incline.html
    Thx Tom Walker
  9. Boneshacker
    03-16-2016 03:43 AM - permalink
    Boneshacker
    Maybe one of the valves, I've Replaced the OEM Aluminum Valves with the TransGo Steel Line Regulator valves, I know it should be better not worse but who knows!
  10. Boneshacker
    03-15-2016 05:14 AM - permalink
    Boneshacker
    Thanks Mark, I apreciate it. I'm wondering, could be something else too?

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  • About Mark Kovalsky
    Biography
    Former Ford automatic transmission engineer.
    Location
    SE Florida
    Interests
    Flying, Antique cars and fire trucks.
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    FL
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    Econline or E-Series
    Year
    2002
    Current Mileage
    125,000 - 149,999
    Miles per year
    0 - 999
  • Signature
    Mark
    Former Ford Automatic Transmission Engineer 1988 - 2007

    “The good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you believe in it.” ― Neil deGrasse Tyson

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