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F250 automatic transmission still slipping after it was rebuilt.

If the computer was bad in the transmission how would the transmission act? I just had it rebuilt by a guy who has been doing this all his life and come highly recommended. However, first I had a pump issue and now even after a rebuild and new pump and nex torque converter it slips after it warms up. I wondered if the computer was messing up the fluid flow?

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  • t_ceder Oct 30, 2008

    Thank you, can I check it out my self or what other symptoms might show theirselves if that were the problem? Thanks again.



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I would have your speed sensor checked out as they can send a false signal to the computer to make it think that the tranny is slipping and / or the torque converter is failing. Good luck and remember to rate all the solutions you get. Thanx.

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  • Fred Kenmuir Oct 30, 2008

    Most vehicles have two speed sensors now a days one is usually built into the speedometer and the other iseither on the transmission or connected to the backing plate of the rear wheel could be either side. To test it you need to locate it and you will need an ohm meter, you will need to jack the back wheels off of the ground and unplug the sensor, then with the ohm meter on the sensor connecting pins you will need to rotate the rear wheels. the ohm meter should jump from like 4 ohms to infinity ohms if the sensor is working properly. Good luck.

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