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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-02-07, 06:44 AM Thread Starter
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1999 F350 Transmission Problem

My 1999 F350 7.3L auto transmission is out but I'm not convinced that it's worn out. I was driving down the road and stopped for a traffic light and when I went to take off again it would not move. I had no slipping or any indication that there was a problem before this incident. I had it towed home and it's been sitting for a while. I start it regularly and the other day, it moved but only for a few minutes. What is up? Do I need a new transmission or is there something else that can cause this to happen?

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If the fluid is good, then there is nothing you can do but get it to the shop.
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what about an electrical componet? The truck took heavy damage to the front end a few months before. I had heard there was some kind of electronic control that could be damaged.
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I start it regularly and the other day, it moved but only for a few minutes. What is up? Do I need a new transmission
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