Question about 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty Super Cab
The diesel starts good, the transmission shifts into gear, the truck moves forward or backward depending which gear. But the accellerator does nothing when I press on it, then after I pump on it several times it enguages and works great till I stop and turn it off and try to start it to leave again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 ford taurus transmission
Your problem is the speed sensor. The VSS (vehicle speed sensor)
is located on the right side of the transaxle, near where the right side axle shaft
connects to. To access this part is pretty tricky, if you are inexperienced. There
is an aluminum foil covered shield around the wiring connector. You will need to
remove the shield to gain access. You may even have a damaged wiring
connector, that is causing the problem due to the close proximity of this part to
the catalytic converter. If you want to purchase this part from the Ford dealer,
ask the parts counter person for the "basic" part number 9E731. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
You might have to try to adjust the freedom of clutch pedal,
The noise during shifting can be adressed to exessive wear clutch parts or again it might be a sign that indicates the not complete enabling the calutch
To find out what is causing the noise, set the parking brake, place the vehicle in neutral and start the engine.
If you hear growling or grinding noises when the clutch is engaged, the cause is the transmission input shaft bearing.
A squealing sound that occurs when the clutch pedal is depressed and held is usually caused by a bad pilot bearing or bushing.
A chirping noise that intensifies when the pedal is slowly depressed would indicate a bad release bearing.
If you hear chirping while idling in neutral and the noise goes away when the pedal is slowly depressed, the fork/pivot ball contact point is making the noise
Hope that helps.
The clutch adjustment procedure you can find at
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Posted on Feb 27, 2009
I had the same problem on a toyota truck after I had it lifted that is, the shif linkage was not properly adjusted. If I held the shifter down it would not jump outta gear, but hit a bump or stomp on the gas and it would
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
The problem sounds like the clutch. If you put it in 1st., then start it up, does it try to move with you foot on the clutch? Does the clutch pedal feel different than normal.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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