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i have a brand new built tranny and it is slipping out in second sometimes and it is the second one in like 20,000 miles doing the same thing. I replaced the kick down motor on the tranny and scanned it to seen if the tps(well its version with fly by the wire throttle) and it all checks out fine.. any suggestions ive been on the phone with suncoast and they are saying to get the ecm reflashed and then put the programmer back on it??? sometimes it works fine and they think I am losing line pressure. any suggestions would be very much appreciated. thanks guys and sorry for jacking your thread
have you tried the governor pressure solenoid? If not look into that. I was talkin to a guy on here and his tranny was fallen out of second also and huntn in between gears. He replaced the governor pressure solenoid and transducer and adjusted the bands and all is great now! GoodLuck! Search the posts for (Updated Borg Warner Governor pressure solenoid)
2005 Ram 2500 QCSB Gray,Self Built Xduty 48re W/ Revmax LSBilletSD and HTS Valvebody. 4in flowtech, AFE Bladerunner, Custom airBoX,90hp tips, 3" lift, 20" XD Addicts,35" Trail Graps, '08 Sport front end, Ranchhand rear bumper.
im on my 5th trans! the dodge dealer red flagged my truck after the 4th and said they couldnt work on my trans anymore! even tho i still had milleage left on my extended warranty!! so i took it to a local shop in town had them beef it up a little and now after only 6,000 miles im having the same problem!!! brought the truck back in and they changed the governor sensor and solenoid 5 days later same problem! they said im loosing trans pressure.. and something like bad sending connection idk what the deal is im thinking it has to be some kind of bug in my computer or wiring i really dont have a clue what is causing them to all do the exact same thing please help!!!! note! every trans has had problems shifting from second to third and when going under 65 down shifting and when first driving truck in the mornig have to put it in gear and rev for a little bit just to get the ruck to move.... please HELP!!!
06 ,Smarty, Boost Fooler, S&B cold air w/ scoop intake,BD special Turbo ,DPS mainfold, 125hp Sticks,ARP studs inter CoolerARC, 5'straight built trans..
It's because ur TC is draining off while it sets over night , they have a valve u can put in ur valve body so ur tranny will pump fluid n park and not do that . I would recommend not revving it till it gooes either I would shift it to neutral n let it idle for 10 secs to pump the fluid threw then put it in park and go
02 ext cab short bed 4x4 5 speed ... Alot done to it
2012 qcsb 4x4 2500 deleted and H&S... GONE
06 Dodge 2500 4x4 qcsb built auto & smarty.. GONE
My 06 did the same exact thing at 90K miles. I bought a transgo shift kit, new transducer and solenoid and then dropped the pan. Pulled the valve body and put in the new stuff. Adjusted both bands (one internal and one external) and it's been like new ever since. I now have 181K miles on it.
You will need an INCH LBS torque wrench. there are directions all over this site for how to adjust your bands. Very simple.
Shift kit is intimidating to install but is NOT hard. You will need about 12 quarts of ATF+4 to refill. I also did a flush before I dropped the pan and then used a little of this in the oil at refill. Works like a champ.
06 Mega 4WD,Transgo, 296K miles, 2" TopGunz kit,4.11, H-2 wheels,35/12.50/17E BFG's, Flashpaq, K&N, B&W goose, dual shocks at each corner up front, steering box brace, and a bigass dent in the tailgate because my wife just had to back the trailer...
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