Question about 1989 Ford F 250
It could be one of a few things.
1. I would check my linkage to make sure the adjustments are proper. (you could be putting the truck in drive but it is actually in low gear) The easy way to check is to get under the truck, and watch the linkage on the side of the tranny while someone is in the truck moving the lever to drive and watching that the linkage is correct.
2. If that is ok, then replace the modulator switch.
3. If these don't work you have a problem internally in the transmission.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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