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1992 ford f350 diesel dually flatbed 2wd auto 183,00miles sometimes the transmission shifts&drives like brandnew&then other times it shifts hard or the O.D. button starts flash or the overdrive will turn off as im driving down the road doing 40-50 mph theres now set speed that it does it&then it mit go away for afew days or even aweek.i had the soleniods changed in the transmission 6months ago&it was fine for awhile&then it started doing it again,so i replaced the o.d. button&it went away for amonth or so&then was doing for alittle bit!

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