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I need to know if I have to watch for a small spring (?) when changeing trans fluid

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When you take the tranny pan off you shouldn't have anything but fluid to worry about. There shouldn't be any loose parts.

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What you could try is a trans filter change/cleaning which is done by taking the trans pan off and servicing the trans filter. The pan would be reinstalled.

Now go to a shop which uses new pan gaskets because your old one may be leaking and may need to replaced anyway.

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Not knowing the yr of the vehicle, I can only recommend considering having the trans serviced. Fluid and filter change. I'll watch for your posting of results. Good Luck _Ned_
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08 and dirty fluid? How many miles on the F-150? Any warranty still in effect? If still under warranty, bring it in asap for service, If no warranty, change the fluid asap. Drop the pan and change the filter too. DON'T go to one of those shops that siphon out the fluid. You are left with a dirty filter, and I have heard of damage done to the trans. from that method. Most transmissions have a magnet in the bottom of the pan. It catches small metal particles and needs to be cleaned off. I'm hoping there is no damage to your trans, but if the fluid looks dirty, and it feels like it is slipping, it is probably due to excessive wear to components.

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