But it has come back, but seems to have changed. No it seem to do it only after gently applying accelerator on slight inclines. Vehicle has a non-serviceable transmission cooler. Please make sure to read the product description below and in particular match the engine size and number of speed with your vehicle's specifications. This time it's intermittent and I can't get a code to show up. Looks like I'm gonna have to have someone run a diagnostics and check.
Before it would do it almost every time on a hill. If the fluid level is where it's supposed to be my guess would be incorrect filter or installation. I bet that's what happened. Mine is doing it too, but I think it's an engine misfire and not the tranny. Lately it's been giving me a problem and I want to see what some of the other people think.
Boy was I glad that I had put a drain plug in the pan when I changed the filter the first time. Vehicle has a non-serviceable transmission cooler. This time it's intermittent and I can't get a code to show up. This was the original battery and had lasted me over 6 years. I changed out the coil for that plug and it solved the problem. Our discount used 2007 Ford F-150 transmissions come directly from a dependable network of modern junk yards. After changing the battery, I was not able to duplicate the bumping in the trans that night.
I was having the exact same symptoms when starting up a hill at low rpm. Mine is doing it too, but I think it's an engine misfire and not the tranny. I don't know if the filter was put on wrong, or what. It only happens on hills. . Vehicle has a non-serviceable transmission cooler. I'm hoping I don't have to put a brand new transmission in it.
I changed out the coil for that plug and it solved the problem. Replaced it with an 850 and trans runs like a champ. I have this exact problem! If the fluid level is where it's supposed to be my guess would be incorrect filter or installation. A few months back I had the transmission serviced and they dropped the pan for some odd reason because they told me they had to change the filter. Notes: Some vehicles come with several transmission options and could be very confusing. Thinking it could be the trans vacuum modulator valve.
And I had forgotten about the filter you're talking about. When I got home I asked a Ford mechanic and he said it was the coil. If it was mine I'd drop the pan and have a look. I'll drop the pan in a few days and look. It was down to about 50% of the 650 original cranking amps. I have 89000 miles on it now so I'm thinking about a complete tune up with all new coils, plugs and wires. I'm due for a service now.
After changing the battery, I was not able to duplicate the bumping in the trans that night. I was lucky that time because it was bad enough to give me a code. It's too much of a coincidence that it started happening after the filter and fluid change. We sell only high quality used Ford F-150 automatic transmissions, with 1-3 years warranty and free shipping. Before it would do it almost every time on a hill. We will not process your order before verifying with you the engine information! I had a coil go out before and it does the same thing.
I had to go buy a new filter and change it in a parking lot. My truck only has 94k miles and I rarely pull anything but a small trailer. Replaced it with an 850 and trans runs like a champ. I don't know what's causing it though. As soon as they were done the transmission has acted a little strange.
And the people that did it are shadetree mechanics. Buying a used 2007 Ford F-150 transmission from a non-reliable dealer is an unnecessary risk. I can go out on the road right now and stomp it to the floor a million times from a dead stop and it will shift perfect and never slip everytime, even with a load on the back, but when you get on a big hill and start from a dead stop it won't do it if you're already moving it will begin trying to jump out and back into gear. I have a 2007 Ford F-150, 5. This was the original battery and had lasted me over 6 years.