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Custom tuning with the mini max. Line pressure was increased a little and shift points were adjusted.

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Trans Filter. Change it and you shouldn't see the problem again.

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Trans Filter. Change it and you shouldn't see the problem again.
I do not think that has anything to do with it. My truck has done it from day one and I have done a filter and oil change since owning it. Made no difference. I think it is some what normal for these trucks to do on occasion.

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I was just came on here to search and start a thread if needed. Mine does the same thing, 2010 with 39K on it now. I took it to the dealer yesterday since its still under the drive train warranty.

Mine is worst when its warmed up. I go from park to drive and it will Lunge the truck forward, so I tried going from park to neutral waiting a couple seconds then into drive and it still lunges. Then I tried from drive to reverse and back and still lunges. It hits into gear HARD. The dealership thinks its a bad u joint but clearly it is not since it don't do it when its cold. My buddy is a service writer at the dealership so I'm going to make sure then go through it all. I'm going to slide under it today or tomorrow and see what kind of play in the gears with moving the driveline.

I think that there is to much play in the ring and pinion cause when you stand outside the truck you can hear it hit into gear with a clanging sound in the rear. I think when you back up it leaves the gears tight in a reverse order and when you go into drive its slapping the gears cause the ring and pinion are tight from backing up. Just a thought.

Does anyone know what the setting is for the ring and pinion??

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