Question about Ford E-350 Super Duty
It is very likely that a shift solenoid is the culprit, but the only way that you can be sure is to first have the trans pressures checked while the vehicle is running with fords STAR or whatever their OBD tool is. You can monitor trans temp and pressures that way, first things first though, change the trans filter, then if it continues to act up then I would see, but you must remember after a certain year Ford transmissions require Mercon V which is different than ATF + 3 which is your typical dexron ATF fluid.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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