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Sounds like the front pump is going bad or the filter or cooler is clogged.
I suggest a transmission shop such as AAMCO to look at it as it takes special equiptment to run the needed tests for proper diagnosis.
Sorry no simple fix for that.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1990 ford f350 7.3 diesel
I don't know the last time you had the trans. serviced but if your pulling alot of weight especialy in hot weather you should have it done alot more than normal, I would try that first, if that don't help, your looking at a rebuild or replacement, and if it does not have one an external oil cooler is a good idea too.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 neon tranny faiure??
I had the same problem driving along and had to coast over to the side of the road. 92000km. all the clutches in the tranny were gone and all kinds of filings in filter and pan. the tranny had to be rebuilt at dealer for $1895 canadian Sorry for this news I also thought it slipped into neutral and wouldn't move no matter where I put the shifter
Posted on May 01, 2009
try some transmedic .put a little in tranny .try to take out some fluid add it in dont over fill transmission .put about a half of bottle in it. it wiil loosen those stuck shift valves.
Posted on May 05, 2009
I never trust rebuilt trannies unless i rebuild them myslef....Beefing up valve bodies sometime leads to premature wear and tear...the kit could be malfuctioning aswell. Chefck fluids and replace the filter in it, if that doesnt fix it, then take it back to the tech, and demand free service :)
Posted on May 19, 2009
tranny slips can also mean that you may need to change the tranny filter. But just like cooking oil at first it is thick then you add heat and it gets thinner, same for tranny oil which could also mean that your tranny needs gear and plate work. The easiest way to find out is to insert the oil dip stick, clean it with a paper towel and check to see if you can see metal shivers or if the color of the tranny oil is not red but silverish, these are usually indictative of a tranny that needs an overhaul. hope this helps.
Good Luck =)
Posted on May 21, 2009
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