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  • NOISE - FIRST GEAR "TICKING" NOISE - E4OD TRANSMISSIONS - 4X4 VEHICLES WITH 5.4L ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION BUILT PRIOR TO 3/11/97 AND 4X2 VEHICLES WITH TRANSMISSION BUILT PRIOR TO 4/8/97 - SERVICE TIP
  • E4OD - FIRST GEAR "TICKING" NOISE - 4X4 VEHICLES WITH 5.4L ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION BUILT PRIOR TO 3/11/97 AND 4X2 VEHICLES WITH TRANSMISSION BUILT PRIOR TO 4/8/97 - SERVICE TIP
Publication Date: MAY 27, 1997

LIGHT TRUCK:
1997 EXPEDITION, F-150, F-250

ISSUE:

A "ticking" noise during first gear operation may be heard on some vehicles. This may be caused by the transmission fluid transmitting the load from the intermediate clutch friction plates, which are rotating, to the intermediate clutch steel separating plates, which are non-rotating. This transfer of load produces a ticking noise as the steel separating plates make contact with the case.

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