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Transmission seems to slip more when it warms

Transmission seems to slip more when it warms up,will back up ok on a 2001 f250 but works ok off& on

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Check ATF fluid level and condition. If its not burnt, smells burt and is pink without signs of foaming fluid is a-ok.
However, if it smells burnt and is a dark pink then the stator portion of the torque converter has failed and is not letting the converters' impellar and turbine produce the torque your demanding it to do.
Basically its time for a rebuild.

Posted on Jul 06, 2010

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