I have a ‘96 3500 dually. No performance parts besides air intake and intake manifold. And it only has 105k miles on it. And it seems like my transmission is slipping into overdrive. It shifts pretty normally before I hit overdrive, but sometimes it will rev up and abruptly shift into od. It’s a lot worse lately slipping about every time I hit overdrive. I don’t know if it’s electronics related. Or my tranny going out. I know when I got my trans fluid changed he said there were a lot of aluminum bits in the pan. So my trans is probably on its way out. But I expected it to last more than 100k. Just wanted some thoughts?
When I bought my 95 3500 it had 56k on it. It started shifting in and out of OD. The tranny shop told me the rear pump was shot. I suspect it was used to tow in OD without the owner noticing it shifting constantly.
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could
be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Cummins Diesel Forum
A forum community dedicated to all things Cummins Diesel! Originally founded for owners and enthusiasts of Cummins powered Dodge pickups, the Cummins Forum has expanded to include ALL Cummins Engine applications! Come join the discussion about reviews, drivetrain swaps, turbos, modifications, classifieds, builds, troubleshooting, maintenance, and more!