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1996 F-350 7.3L E4od-- Won't Shift past 2nd.

1996 F350 7.3L PS Turbo Reg cab 4x4, not a crew cab.
E4od Tranny--OD light NOT blinking. Won't shift beyond 2nd and feels like it might be slipping (maybe). Need to know where to begin to narrow down the problem.
Linkage is fine and engine runs great. Nothing screwy with warning lights or mechanical connections.

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I am having the same problem what ground should be checked???

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Check for a loose ground

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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    patricia robbins Aug 17, 2014

    check for loose ground where??????

  • steve noel Aug 27, 2014

    on the tcm or tranny to frame ground strap, you can also unplug the tcm harness and check for coroded or loose pins in conector

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