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Old 05-06-2018, 08:46 PM
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E4OD issues

My 92 has started having issues with hard shifts and engine bogging down at idle when stopped. Iím not very familiar with the E4OD trans and am in no way an expert when it comes to transmissions. I wish I knew more about them. But hopefully someone on the site will be able to shed some light on this problem. I will explain this best I can. Cold start and driving for a few miles till trans is up to operating temp itís fine shifts smooth and idles in gear at a complete stop no problems. Once up to operating temp it starts up shifting hard and will stall at a stop if you donít keep throttle applied. When it tries to stall it feels like torque converter will lock and unlock randomly, you can tell by the rpms jumping up and down a little. If you put it in neutral or down into 2nd position goes back to normal operation. No codes I have checked. No overdrive light flashing and button works when turned on. I have tried a solenoid pack/ fluid change and filter. Has gotten worse over the past couple of months to where now it does it consistently. For those who have had E4ODs is the signs of a failing trans? Or is it fixable?
Truck is a 92 f150 5.0 4x4 only shows 97k


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