1992 Ford F250 V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic 209, 00 miles
I recently got a 92 Ford F-250 on trade, and later found the transmission slips after being driven for awhile. When I first get into it and the transmission is cold it will shift just fine. Doesn't slip once even when I get on the throttle, and it kicks down into passing gear. The problem comes after I drive it any distance like 20 miles or so. Thats when after I come to a stop it won't move not even in reverse gear. I noticed if I let it sit for awhile the transmission is fine, and shifts good. I have checked the trans fluid, and it ok. Even smells ok. No leaks coming from the pan either. I'm thinking a trans rebuild? If it slips then shouldn't it slip all the time even when it's cold? I don't wnt to have to put out money having it rebuilt and later finding out that wasn't the problem. Thanks
have the same problem?
Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 AT 5:21 PM