As the turck stopped and shuddered we were fianlly able to get to side of the road and did not get hit by oncomming traffic. Several vehicles including a semi had to take evasive action to avoid a collision. There was a shudder and then the vehicle lost engine speed. This may be corrected soon. I have a 2004 lariat f-150 and she just got a safety done, has brand new tires and brakes, but if I'm at a stop sign going to make a left or right turn, the back of the truck makes a shudder, almost feels like the back tires are slipping. So no need to worry about the Ford no more! The second time was on my return trip home. Adjusting the to increase this pressure may eliminate the shudder.
Marcon V supposedly has more anti-shudder additives in it. If the fluid is foamy with a consistiency and color similar to a milkshake, then engine coolant has mixed in with your transmission fluid. If hard acceleration occurs during the rain, water is pulled to the engine damaging the spark plugs and coil packs. . Truck was diagnosed at chenal Ford in little rock ar.
Its now been 1500 miles since the rear end was serviced, and now its doing the sudder even worse, much more noticeable. Scrape off the old gasket with a gasket scraper, making sure the pan is clean. You would ease down on the gas pedal, and it would shutter just a little. So you have to refer to the factory legends to learn the identification symbols and then refer back to circuit diagrams to find the splice and ground locations. So, while I sit here typing this, it's at the shop getting a new coil, spark plug, and an oil change. The vehicle was not repaired. It may be like my focus in that the gears are sticking.
Think a little like driving over a washboard. I guess its down shifting. How annoying that the mechanic is being so unhelpful. Step 5 — Clean valve body screen If none of the above steps work, you will need to remove and clean all the screens in the valve body. Water apparently accumulates in the turbo charger in the rain.
Its an 08 so i assumed it was fine, being that its new. Thought I felt a few misses, but nothing like what it was doing before. I don't use the emergency brake ever, not once since I've owned the truck. He said he believed it was a misfire. Shudders occur most often when shifting into overdrive or when in overdrive and going up a slight incline.
Truck gurus my truck is paying me back for saying what a good truck it's been. Somewhere around 45-55 mph, just before the transmission shifts up to 4th gear, there's a slight shudder that feels like it's coming from the transmission. Two hours prior to the first event. It is fixed in part because of this forum. When I was driving on the highway and the truck would downshift there was a slight vibration. This is a known issue with Ford as the have several service bulletins out.
My mechanic was very specific though——don't waste your time with non-Motorcraft coils. The dealership I have all my service work done at is not the dealership where we bought both mine and my wifes trucks from. However, also includes disassembly instructions for interior trim panels and exterior items like headlights and tail lights. Ford has attempted several fixes, but problem continues, now there is a grinding grunt when going into reverse. I went back and looked through the previous owner's maintenance records on this truck. Pulling the codes can be a very helpful way to pinpoint a problem.
He suggested going the full 3000 miles until my next oil change to give it a chance to clean out and get those clutches lubed up with clean oil again. They are overviews of different possible solutions. Second the suggestion that you've worn the tires weirdly, particularly since it's getting worse. What say y'all, hive mind? It seems that the intercooler can collect condensation in humid or rainy environments and have that water forced to the engine when the accelerator is pushed hard causing the vehicle to shudder and lose power. Your forum sign-up is not complete, you must add an before you can post to the forums.
In the opinion of the mechanic at the transmission shop, the transmission is in great condition and isn't the cause of the issue. So no need to worry about the Ford no more! Also noticed a lot more responsive throttle and more power on take-off. At 165,000, coil pack and plug on 8. Sheila Well, the first thing I was going to suggest is a malfunction of your locking diffs, but that doesn't seem to be the issue. This is the wiring harness inside a 4R70W transmission.
I'm not a mechanic or even mechanically inclined by any stretch of the imagination. I have a 2004 lariat f-150 and she just got a safety done, has brand new tires and brakes, but if I'm at a stop sign going to make a left or right turn, the back of the truck makes a shudder, almost feels like the back tires are slipping. Moving onto that left shoulder proved to be a good move, but I was at pucker factor 10 for a few seconds. We are afraid of engine explosion and fire, burning smell is so bad. There are six lanes of traffic in this area. I'm not a mechanic or even mechanically inclined by any stretch of the imagination. Also noticed a lot more responsive throttle and more power on take-off.