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Just installed used tranny in 99 4.7 it was trying to stall before when putting into drive, now it trys to but it will got into gear. and shifts fine.any ideas. the old one would stall really hard going into drive,but would go into reverse and would be fine. was told to replace tranny, did but it still trying to do it just its driveable now. did a relearn on tranny also.????

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  • 77highboy837 Apr 30, 2010

    i had taken to tranny shop, they said tranny need to be rebuilt,to much money.so i found one with 31,000 mile.i have a snapon scanner it had no codes in it.thats why i took to tranny shop.first owner had replaced solenoid pac,and all sensors in tranny before i got it. so help would be helpful,thanks.

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You should have diagnosed the original trans. Would you jump off a bridge if told to? Take it to a trans shop and stop wasting time on something your not familar with. You never install a used trans. Just someone elses junk.

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