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Ford expedition **** problems

Interestingly, I'm having the exact problem that Tony described. I revved up the engine and I can feel the **** sometimes. I did get a new transmission about a month ago. No check engine light is on. But it jerks at over 50 mph though. Feels like you're going on bumps.

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If you had the transmission replaced, it is possible that the spline was not lined up right, i would take it back and tell them to fix it....

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That's an intersting problem.... I would assume that if it was misfiring in a cylinder it would trip your check engine light as it did before. Because it only happens when you are going 50 it might be something else. What happens when you put the truck in park or nuetral and rev up the engine? Rev it up slowly and see if jerks or hesitates at any particular rpm range, I'm just trying to rule out if it's a possible transmission problem or engine problem. Let me know and I can assist further.

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