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F150 transmissions jerking

Transmission jerking

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: f150 transmission neutralizes when shifts to overdrive

I have that exact same truck and transmission and My Transmission did the exact same thing about a year ago and there was some kind of snap ring inside the transmission that broke. I originally thought it had to be an electirical problem because the truck shifted fine until OD or if i turned OD off. The 4r70w is a light transmission and i would suggest you have a shift kit put in and they make a heavier kit to beef it up.. Sorry its probably not the new you were looking for.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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SOURCE: 04 f150 jerking going uphill

Ignition timing would be #1 on the list. Also check your plug wires, or change them. Check your air filter, and change the fuel filter. It could also be your egr system, faulty ignition coil, or a vacuum leak at the intake manifold.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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SOURCE: transmission control solenoid location for 96 ford f150

whether it is the smaller (4R70w) or the bigger (E4OD), the solenoids are under the pan. The E4OD solenoids are in one big block where the other trans has them seperated

Posted on Aug 13, 2010

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SOURCE: Capacity of fluid for a transmission of a 2006 F150 5.4L Truck. Book says 13.9 quarts I emptied 3-4 quarts.

you must have just drained the pan? There is much more held in the converter. The one I am rebuilding this week is an 05 and doesn't have a drain plug on it (not many do anymore). A flush is the only way to change it all out. 13.9qts sounds like the total amount if the trans was completely empty, converter and all

Posted on Aug 13, 2010

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SOURCE: 2001 Ford F150 91,000 miles v8 5.4 triton at

You most likely have a bad spark plug coil and or plug. First recomendation go to your local parts store and have them put a code reader on it. It should tell you what cylinder is missfiring under load. Once you identify replace the coil. Cost $45-$60. Also replace the plug. After this you should be back in business. This is common with the 5.4L engine. Depending on the cylinder involved the coil can be difficult to get to so take your time. Definently and easy do it yourself repair.

Posted on Sep 24, 2010

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My car jerks going down the road its a 95 Buick century and it changes gears fine when I take off just stares jerking a few days ago


When you say it "jerks," this description could fit several actual symptoms. If by "jerks" you mean the engine misfires, it could be caused by the need for a major tune-up (including plug wires and distributor cap), or it could be a problem with fuel delivery, contaminated fuel, or defective components in the fuel system.
I assume the CHECK ENGINE light is on (and has probably been illuminated for some time now). Begin by doing a readout of the stored codes, and use the results to begin your diagnosis.
If by "jerks" you mean the transmission is slipping (engine revs but car slows down or doesn't accelerate), you have a transmission issue. If the transmission fluid and strainer/filter have not been replaced within the past 5 years or 50,000 miles, have a complete transmission service performed.
If by "jerks" you mean that the steering wheel wobbles or pulls, you have a problem with the front suspension.
If by "jerks" you mean that the car shudders or pulls when you apply the brakes, you need brake work.
I think I covered all of the "jerks." ;)

May 13, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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My 2000 Beetle is jerking when it changes gears. I had a transmission put in about 14 months ago. I had it looked at a the local VW business and they told me that I needed a transmission. My machanic said...


when it jerks during gear changes it could be a couple of things.

First of all, check the fluid level in the automatic transmission.

Secondly, check the mounts for the engine that they're tight and secure and if they are then

Thirdly, ask the transmission shop if the torque converter is bad in it.

The torque converter could be locked up somehow causing this jerking and I wouldn't be surprised if the transmission shop lists a recall on it.

Actually, even if there is NO recall on it, tell the transmission shop that put the transmission in to check it out, and if possible rectify it under warranty.

I wish you luck in getting this fixed correctly.



Jul 14, 2010 | 2000 Volkswagen Beetle

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Does the transmission on 2004 f150 have to be


no it does not but it is a good idea it gets all the old fluid out

Aug 20, 2009 | 2004 Ford F150

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Transmission jerks when you step on the gas


check the transmission mounts, also check the transmission fluid level,

Jul 30, 2009 | 1992 Buick Regal

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04 f150 jerking going uphill


Sounds like one of the ignition coils might be bad.

Jun 02, 2009 | 2004 Ford F150

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04 f150 jerking going uphill


Ignition timing would be #1 on the list. Also check your plug wires, or change them. Check your air filter, and change the fuel filter. It could also be your egr system, faulty ignition coil, or a vacuum leak at the intake manifold.

May 12, 2009 | 2004 Ford F150

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2003 Ford F-150, revs high when drving then jerks and gains speed


Sounds like your transmission.

I'd take it to a reputable shop right away.

It could be a number of things, but probably a stuck valve body.

You can expect a rebuild to cost around $700-1000.

Also, it's a good idea to get a transmission cooler if your truck doesn't have one. You show can tell you, and they can probably install one for about $100. That's close to what it would cost you to buy one, then you still have to put it in.

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