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My 1993 Ford F-250 (Windsor 351 4x4 single cab automatic) is not shifting when i put it in to drive. It will shift if i put it in to 2or1 on the column. but when it is in "D" (No overdrive on truck) the truck will not come out of first. How should i approach this? Could it be a sensor? A vacuum leak? I do hear a very aggresive hissing. as soon as the hissing started the truck stopped shifting automatically.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
its most likely an E4OD,its probably a bad shift solenoid inside the transmission...but you have to take the pan off and i cant quit remember but may also have to pull off the valve body,if that has to be done then there is 8 or 9 ball bearings in there that will fall out.I would call a transmission shop and ask if it has to come out.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Do you have a check vechile light or a check eng. light on? If so have the codes checked out. If not, did you try changing the fluid and filter?
The kit is usually pretty cheap, but if you do this remember to buy some transmission sealer/ lube. Add it to the transmission oil. I would add it about half way when filling the oil back up.
Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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