Question about 1998 Ford F250 SuperCab
My 1998 F250 is reving up to 4500 at 60 mph. Tried a couple different things and think it has to do with the overdrive.I hit a patch of rough road while towing a trailer with and the engine started reving up to 4500 while going 60 mph. I tried down shifting into 2nd, but there was no difference between Drive and 2nd, kind of like it automaticly shifted itself into second. You can feel the shift into 1st and from 1st to 2nd, but not from 2nd to drive or drive to 2nd.Any advice?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
call a dealer and they will tell you you are suppose to change your transmission fluid every 2 years or 30,000miles but if you was carrying this much load you may have over heated the transmission so I would shop around and get a good deal at a transmission place where they can replace the filter and the fluid and adjust the bands on the transmission if needed
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
That sounds like a complicated issue. Is it a manual transmission??
You might buy a chiltons repair manual for the vehicle as I can't see anyone being of any use on here without being able to actually look at it. I could be wrong though. Good luck anyhow!
Let me know what type of transmission it is and I'll ask my friend he's a real mechanic.
Actually ask him yourself email info[at]establishedauto[dot]com his name is Gino.
I'm just "good with autos"
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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Posted on Feb 02, 2009
yes itcan or it may just be the solenoid for that overdrive. make sure fluid is maintained and no mounts are broken
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
it sounds like you have low fluid or a bad front pump on your tranny.make sure you are checking your transmission fluid correctly. reverse is the lowest gear so it is usually the last to go.
Posted on May 04, 2009
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