My '01 V10 F250 has 59,000 miles on it and the automatic transmission is acting up.
Hauling a bike to bike week in FL earlier this month the transmission seemed to slip twice coming off a dead stop. Happened within a half hour of each other in wet cold West VA. Only happened twice and hasn't slipped since so I thought perhaps the wheels just slipped on the wet pavement. I went to FL & back w/ no problems.
Today, after a 40 mile trip in sunny PA, the transmission began to shift sharply coming out of first and second gear. No slippage, just prounounced hits when it shifted.
I seem to recall something about a diode problem in '01. Didn't think I could have a big problem with such low miles.
Could this be a diode problem or does it sound more serious?
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