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Old 07-09-2009, 04:36 PM
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put truck in reverse, it shuts off.

this happened to me this morning when I got off work, I stopped to back into the driveway, put it in reverse and truck died. This afternoon when I got to work I stopped to back into my parking space and truck died. Its never done this before, I have a little over 50K miles on it. Im thinking TPS taking a crap? anybody wanna chime in?
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Old 07-09-2009, 04:52 PM
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Possibly the low/reverse sprag (one way clutch) ? Any codes? Does it shut off immed. or stumble? Do it everytime? need more info.
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Old 07-09-2009, 05:09 PM
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no codes, shut off immediately. so fars its done it 2 out of 2 times.
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Old 07-09-2009, 05:11 PM
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i am thinking maybe the tcm.
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I have limited knowledge of the torqshift but I do alot of trans work, seen the low/reverse sprag do this on other trans. Maye the ford trans engineer (cant remember his user name) will shed some light soon.
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its never done it until today, sometimes when I put it in reverse the rpms drop kinda low and it'll shutter but I never thought anything of it.
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its never done it until today, sometimes when I put it in reverse the rpms drop kinda low and it'll shutter but I never thought anything of it.
yeah, there might be a communication issue between the tcm/pcm. just my thoughts.
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yeah, there might be a communication issue between the tcm/pcm. just my thoughts.
If it were a communication prob it would set a U code on the network it is trying to communicate on.
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Could be the dirt sucking k+n filter. Just a wild guess though.
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Old 07-09-2009, 06:46 PM
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K&N has been on there since 06. gets cleaned and maintained regularly.
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its never done it until today, sometimes when I put it in reverse the rpms drop kinda low and it'll shutter but I never thought anything of it.
That sounds more like and IAC. Pretty notorious on fords.
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Old 07-09-2009, 08:18 PM
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yeah thats why I never thought anything of it, its a ford thing. I just dont like the fact that the motor craps out when I use reverse lol.
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Is the trans fluid low? That can make the torque converter clutch apply when it shouldn't, which will stall the engine.
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No IAC on the drive by wire trucks ('05 + gassers). That's part of what the drive by wire buys you (well, Ford).
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The filter is known to come loose in the pan and can create a situation that's like it low on fluid like Mark said.

Check the fluid level, if ok then remove the pan and check the filter. Superior makes a clip the keeps the filter from falling out of the pump.

I have seen this happen to the E40D too.


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