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Trans shifting hard my trucks transmission shifts real hard when im in higher gears like 3rd and 4th and my rpm's go real high then when it shifts it jerks the whole truck. someone i need help????

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  • sethjustus Jan 26, 2009

    no i havent looked under there for anything loose but im going to check in the morning,my abs light is on also but i havent seen my speedometer acting eratic.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    Ats light on trans shifting on its own to lower and higher gear no light for gear selector or trans temp

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Truck wont shift from first to second while in drive unless rpm is higher than normal. I have been taking off in second and then shifting into drive to make it work.

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I had a similar problem with my 1997 F250 only with 1st & 2nd gear. At the same time the ABS light was on and the speedometer was acting eratic. In my case it was a bad speed sensor on the rear differential. About $30.00 and took me less than 15 minutes to fix.

I'm assuming you have already looked at the trans for any loose or worn electrical or vacuum lines and connections.

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