Make sure you know how much fuel is in and and that you are aware that it m ay be heavy. No one has suggested this but shouldn't I have the transmission fluid filter replaced before doing anything else? This is a dangerous situation when towing a trailer. The truck rolls when turned off, because it's not engaged. Posted on May 15, 2010 my personal opinion, take it to the shop and let them do it. There is a sensor in the top of the differential that is my problem. Once out remove the twist ring holding it on by twisting it counterclockwise.
When the light begins to flash vehicle starts to jerk, it stops when the vehicle is taken out of overdrive. Causes the engine to run, but cut in and out and really roughly throttle. If so, where would it be located? The consumer was unable to shift gears, because the shifter bolts had broke loose from the dash mounts, the head gaskets failed and the check engine light never illuminated. After a test drive and external computer analysis, I am told that the 4th gear pressure is low in the 50's psi range and that the 4th gear section is going bad, e. So i replaced it and cleared the code and it ran fine for two weeks then last night i took the truck out and the speedometer wasnt working and it started shifting crazily and hard.
If it is not there then it is in tank and you will need to drop your tank. Automatic Transmission problem 16 When applying brakes while towing a trailer, transmission kicked out of gear into neutral. Edit: I actually read the entire thread and see that you've already got a Motorcraft in it. After changing a bunch of sensors and stuff it turned out to be the speedometer guage. If the groove is damaged, replace the pump. Any thoughts on what keeps causing the problem guys? Is there a second speed sensor? About 2 weeks ago it started shifting wierd with the speedometer acting wierd.
I suggest asking your neighbor to show you what he did. This only happens in overdrive. I have the same problem intermittently and have been unable to fix the problem. But they almost never go bad, because they only have one bearing, and it is always bathed in oil. Keep known good a spare in your glove box. . Several dealer could not fix the problem.
There are 2 clips holding it into a plastic housing. If you do a search of the forum you'll find the thread that details this problem. Several dealer could not fix the problem. Refer to the following Service Procedure for details. If I had to guess, though, I'd say it was the crappy Borg Warner sensors. Listed below are 9 common problems of the 7.
Dealer stated that the truck was designed to work like that. One way to rule this out is to check the fuel bowl for fuel before and while cranking. To take the vehicle out of our drive the vehicle has to stop and the engine should be turned off. Equipment that was tied down on our trailer broke loose. The seat base assembly had broken on the driver's side front seat.
The main issues are often the thermostat or water pump, part number. To take the vehicle out of our drive the vehicle has to stop and the engine should be turned off. Its fuel pump and a separate high-pressure pump worked in tandem to boost the fuel pressure directly into each fuel injector of the hydraulic electronic direct fuel injection system. Ford was contacted about the problem. So why do you think you even need one? Well its not a diesel but a friend of mine has a 95 F150 with a gas engine and it would shut off at stop signs and randomly idle weird. I'd be interested in knowing what sensor he cleaned. He was unable to find any other sensors.
The tranny and turbo are not connected in any fashion I'm aware of. This could cause a bad crash because vehicle was just free wheeling. This could cause a bad crash because vehicle was just free wheeling. When the light begins to flash vehicle starts to jerk, it stops when the vehicle is taken out of overdrive. I may give it a try just because mine probably needs cleaning anyway.
Use only Motorcraft and good luck. The closest comparable turbodiesel powering the 1996 to 1997 Dodge trucks was the Cummins 5. Okay, its a 96 7. Any time the driver steps on the brake, the gear shifts automatically to neutral causing safety hazard. However, I changed the fluid in the axle at the same time I put the Motorcraft in, so it could have been the new fluid that helped, too. Disconnect the fuel heater, replace fuse, re-try start.
Torque was rated between 425 and 500 foot-pounds. Once removed reach down inside. Check for damaged wiring, moisture or water intrusion. I had a similar thing happen to me. You will feel it pop loose. Follow normal diagnostic procedures as listed in the appropriate Service Manual.