Hopefully the new coil pack fixes it. No codes being thrown so I'm at a loss as to diagnose whether one is going south. Answer I had a similar problem witha totally different type of vehicle. If I just take my foot off the gas for a second and then apply the gas again it also accelerates normally. Already dropped the tranny pan and replaced the filter. This article applies to the F-150 2004-2014 and F-250. Pro Tip If you don't have a code reader, don't fret.
I recall it was done so old geezers don't complain about harsh driveability. Pressure that's too low indicates a leak, or low fluid levels. At that point, I was leaning that way as well. They are overviews of different possible solutions. I've read that this is a known issue for 4R70W transmissions and torque converters and Internet solutions abound——complete fluid flush and filter change it was done around 20,000 miles ago so it's a little early for a change , add a Ford friction modifier although I'm familiar with these for differentials not transmissions , switch the Mercon V transmission fluid, replace the torque converter, have the transmission rebuilt, or live with it. Transmission Fluid Color Comparison Pro Tip If you have had the fluid replaced in the past or have added fluid, you should double check that the correct fluid was used. It will also be more brown than pink.
Regardless do any of you have any Solutions for this problem either to get rid of the vibration or how to abolish the loan and get my Down payment back? Think a little like driving over a washboard. Other than the shudder, the truck runs perfectly. I recall it was done so old geezers don't complain about harsh driveability. It really feels like something is slipping and catching and when a little power is applied, everything locks up the way it should. Regardless, we recommend taking the truck in to the mechanic for this work if you're a novice. I stopped by my local mechanic's shop and grabbed a tech for a test drive.
Sometimes in the short run as well. Otherwise you could go from a potentially simple fix like adding more transmission fluid to the worst case scenario buying a new transmission before you know it. If the fluid is low, you'll need to top it off with the proper type of fluid. It also happens every time if going through a school zone at 35ish for a while, then trying to speed up. Somewhere around 45-55 mph, just before the transmission shifts up to 4th gear, there's a slight shudder that feels like it's coming from the transmission.
The engine vacuum in cruise mode will take care of the rest. This article will cover some of the ways you can diagnose and. Travel to and from work 30 miles one way, daily driver. Summary: Equipped with 100i dual media radio - speed adjust volume function not supported. Fast forward a month and it starts acting up again. Step 3 - Check pinion angle If the angle of the rear differential and the drive shaft are too far out of spec, you will get a shuddering from your driveline.
If your transmission begins to slip you need to diagnose it immediately, otherwise a small fix can turn into a very costly repair. Refill the fluid and check for leaks. If so, it doesn't happen so much if you take off from a stop and continue a constant and somewhat aggressive acceleration. If the fluid's color isn't good a nice translucent red, instead of dark , drain and replace the transmission fluid, and see if that helps. What I tend to do is either A, turn off the overdrive, which usually works, or B, let off the gas a bit and then give it gas again and speed up, causing it to kick out of overdrive on its own.
You will reuse it when re-installing the pan. However, sometimes this doesn't work and the check engine light begins to flash or come on and stay on. Somewhere around 45-55 mph, just before the transmission shifts up to 4th gear, there's a slight shudder that feels like it's coming from the transmission. Taking a short trip beforehand to warm up the transmission is recommended. It's uncommon, but it does happen.
In the opinion of the mechanic at the transmission shop, the transmission is in great condition and isn't the cause of the issue. There may be small metal shavings on this, but those are acceptable. A truck that won't get into gear isn't very useful. Large chunks of metal are not. Any water that accumulates in my intercooler simply drains out of the hole onto the ground.
By - October 14, 2014 This article applies to the Ford Super Duty 2004-2014. Turns out it was multiple plugs misfiring. There are quite a few possibilities, so it becomes a process of elimination. It still ran similarly at 100,000 when I decided to change plugs. I will look at that data set when I go home this evening and see what it reads. This website is not affiliated with, endorsed, sponsored, or supported by Toyota Motor Corporation, Toyota Motor Sales, U. There are some that an automotive novice can at least identify themselves.