Question about 1991 Ford F250
First check your transmission fluid level, if its low then top it off. (Check it with the engine running and hot and leave the truck on for ten min, switch between gears to move the fluid around inside the tranny) If the fluid level is fine, see if the fluid is dark or burnt smelling, touch it and see if it has metal shavings in it. It may be worth your while to get a transmission filter change and flush out of the system. Flushing is different that just a fluid change, it pushes fluid thru the system to help clean it out. If this doesn't help then the reverse clutch inside the transmission is likely broken and in need of replacement, which is usually more expensive than getting a replacement transmission (from a junk yard)
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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