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When taking off from a stop the motor or transmission surges

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Had similar problem in 99 3/4 ton diesel. Ended up being the start of the end for the transmisson. See if your trans fluid smells burnt.

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I have a 2004 ford f150 5.4 triton when I take off from park it sometimes stalls and it sometimes has a surging no power, it also has the no power surging takeing off from a stop sign or light at times. ...


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