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Myford2004f150 transmission slips when it gets to around 35 to40 mph 75000 miles

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Trans Solenoid Pack-a possible.
I would stop driving it, until I figured it out.
You don't want to burn up the trans. I was in the trans business years ago.

Posted on May 12, 2010


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The most inexpensive remedy would be a filter/fluid change. And don't scimp on them aymore.

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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