Question about 2004 Ford F350
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: f350 automatic transmission
Since you have the same 4R100 as the 7.3L I recommend checking the resistance of the solenoid connectors, it is like sonic said at the rear passenger side and it will be hiding under some flexible heat shielding (it is next to the exhaust pipe afterall..). Specifically, take the resistance (ohms) from pins 1 to 4 doesn't matter which is black or red. It should be 10-20 ohms. You also might have to put a jack under the transfer case, unbolt, drop the support beam and let the whole drivetrain come down a bit for decent access. These pins should be labeled but pin 1 is in the row away from the tab and is the rear-most pin. Replacing the solenoid body is $200 and a pan drop. Grab a few gallons of Mercon!
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
check for a loose ground coming off your computer...i had the same problem and ford had to change the computer...well it turned out to be a loose ground..
Posted on May 07, 2009
it indicates an insufficient output from the OSS sensor.The output shaft speed (OSS) sensor is a magnetic pickup that provides
transmission output shaft rotation speed information to the powertrain
control module (PCM).
I suspect RFI, affecting the OSS signal to the CPM. I will post the actual PCM rationality test, it will help you understand what the PCM looks for before setting the code.Possible sources of strong RFI are the alternator, Battery cables corroded, fuel pump faulty, and any other wire running next to the returning wiring harness, the return signal from the OSS signal is tied to your transmission solenoid, TSS, and a few other electrical systems, any of them will send an unwanted voltage that can interfere with the signal.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
climb under the truck! on the drivers side of the trans in the neutral safty swith unplug it and look for rotted connectors! if so repair damage! second go to passengerside near the rear of the trans ull see a plate that s being held by 2 7 or 8 mm bolts remove plate ! behind the plate there will b another plug do the same! inspect for corrosion
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
Hi, have you tried swapping out the PCM power relay? You can borrow the washer relay to see if this will clear up the problem. If it doesn't we'll need to go thru standard no-start troubleshooting procedure. Check for sparks, fuel, etc. I can give you those instructions next if the relay swap doesn't fix you up.
Posted on Sep 18, 2011
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