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Transmission blown?

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by enosez, Feb 26, 2015.

  1. enosez

    enosez Junior Member
    Messages: 28

    94 f250 5.8l 4x4 E04D with Dana 60 front axle.

    Was out plowing the storm before last.
    About 8 hours into it I was finishing up cul de sacs.
    I put the truck in reverse and got a loud bang.
    Truck backs up and plow forward. Truck starts sputtering like its mis firing.
    Put it in park and check under the hood. Wires, plugs, cap all look good.
    Put it in reverse and it bangs harder. Truck is sputtering under throttle.
    Put it in drive and had to apply very little throttle to drive.
    Limp home. Check under the hood again and found nothing.
    Park it and go to sleep.
    Next day I try the truck and its not sputtering but its like its towing an anchor. Feels like it stuck in a high gear.
    Park it as its too cold to work.
    Try it the following day and it seems fine. No sputtering and no banging puttin git in gear. (Figure I will take a better look when it gets warmer).
    got lucky and had more snow. Go out and truck isnt acting up but doesnt feel right. Tried plowing a culdesac and after putting it back in drive to go it felt like it was stuck in a higher gear. (like starting out in 3rd).
    Checked trans fluid and it was at level and didnt smell burnt.
    After storm I pulled the codes and found these:
    Koeo self test codes
    Fix first
    116 ect or eot sensor out of range
    114 intake air temperature out if range
    621 shift solenoid 1 (ss1) circuit
    622 shift solenoid 2 (ss2) circuit
    626 coast clutch solenoid (ccs) circuit
    Continuos memory codes-fix last
    334 egr (evp) voltage above closed limit
    624 electric pressure control (epc) circuit
    637 Trans oil temp (tot) signal high-circuit open

    Koer codes
    Code 10 snap throttle
    Fast codes engine running fix second
    412 cannot raise rpm-extended idle
    116 ect or eot sensor out of range
    114 intake air temperature out of range
    538 cylinder bak test fail-restart test

    Do you think I blew the trans up?
    Last edited: Feb 26, 2015
  2. mwalsh9152

    mwalsh9152 Senior Member
    Messages: 434

    easiest way to tell is to drop the transmission pan and take a look inside it, if you see metal, its blown for sure.
  3. enosez

    enosez Junior Member
    Messages: 28

    Once it warms up, I was planning on doing some maintenance.
    Will check the pan.
  4. wahlturfcare

    wahlturfcare Senior Member
    Messages: 320

    check your transfercase too. I had one on a '88 that was slipping inside then finally starting dragging from a bearing locking up inside.. you might also have a bad vacumn line going to the tranny too.
  5. PDQ Pete

    PDQ Pete Senior Member
    Messages: 139

    Could be the solenoid pack. Had to change the one in my truck. Check the plug also.