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Old 02-16-2017, 09:02 AM   #1
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I've been trying to diagnose this issue for quite some time. I've been going back and forth trying to decide if it was a combination of sparkplugs and coils or maybey worse yet, the tranny. So the other day I turned off the OD and WALA , no more hesitation, or dropping hard into gear. It wouldn't happen all the time, but only after I had driven the truck for 15-20 min. But low and behold the problem has vanished. So, my question to you is, do I need a rebuilt tranny? Thx, Rod

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Pull the codes and see if you get anything.
The fact that you have a working speedometer and are not in limp mode (2nd gear only) eliminates the TSS and a lot of the solenoids.

Just taking a wild guess possibly the OSS (0utput Shaft Speed) Sensor but then I'm a long way from a pro.

Usually the trans will slip if its shot. Inconsistent shifting is usually something electronic.

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