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Going up hill, the truck starts to buck its not shifting out of over drive?


I don't know year--make--model? If you shift from od to d, does the problem go away? If so, I agree with you, sounds like a tranny issue.

I used to have a vehicle that did the same thing, Always on the same steep hill. I'd shift into D until I crested the hill then back into od.

I realize my post doesn't help you fix it.

Oct 29, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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What would cause my 2000 ranger to buck between 45 and 50 mph going up hill


Yea! I'd like to see the answer to this also!
My Ford Explorer 2000 does the same thing going up hill. Especially with a loaded trailer on.
Local mechanic had it for the day and couldn't put his finger on it.
I can alleviate the problem by turning the AUTO Trak knob to 4x4 Hi while driving and the jerking stops.
I'll keep an eye here to see what others think
Cheers
Trevor

Feb 15, 2015 | 2000 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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Bucking between 45-50mph usually going up hill. Works fine at any other speed on any terrain.


Have a shop put the scan tool on it & go for a ride up hills
& look at the cylinder misfire counts & you go along,you drive

Never just leave the vehicle,you need to be part of the solution
& get the education

You could replace spark plugs if they are over 3 years old

You need to be able to test,scope or somehow evaluate the
ignition system for misfires

Coils,Modules,Wires, anything can break down in time

Egr System problems,especially on hills, if vacuum is involved

Apr 01, 2014 | 1999 Oldsmobile Silhouette

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Jerking going up hill


You will probable find your petrol pump is bunged up in the tank . drop the tank and clean or renew.

Feb 28, 2014 | 2005 Ford F-150

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2005 Kia Sportage. Looses acceleration going up hills. RPM's are up, but no acceleration. This has happened in the past (during hot outside temps), fuel pump was replaced and it seemed to solve the...


When going up hills is the engine bucking and missing? Also for the hard start warm problem, check the fuel pressure regulator for leaks into the vac line.

Jul 09, 2010 | 2005 Kia Sportage

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My 94 ford explorer has no power going up hills.and it starts to sputter, everyone i know is telling me its the transmission. but its not bucking. i would appreciate any help at all.


if you engine is not racing going up hills its not the transmission, change the fuel filter, or maybe a vaccuum hose is unhooked under the hood

Jun 17, 2010 | 1994 Ford Explorer Limited

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Jeep wrangler bucking


I had a similiar problem it turned out be the catalytic converter. I believe there was a recall for this problem.

Jul 02, 2008 | 1997 Jeep Wrangler

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