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Lost my "Drive" in 2003 transmission

Thread in 'Automatic Transmission' started by mdZX, Aug 22, 2018.

  1. mdZX

    mdZX Member

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    while driving approx 50mph.
    ('03, V-6, 4.0L, Automatic, 4x4)
    Managed to park safely. Fluid level was good. Also no go into Reverse. Driveshaft and u-joints good. Put into R or D and give it gas, feels like the brakes are applied (they're not!). Still have second gear though. Made it back home.
    Are there any kind of sensors for the transmission that could have failed? Or possibly just the D/R clutch pack or the whole transmission is shot? Thanks in advance for any ideas or suggestions!

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  2. Todd Z

    Todd Z Well-Known Member 2nd Gen Owner V6 Engine V8 Engine

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    Sadly its time for a rebuild..... you could try a solenoid pack but once you open it up you'll see its toast....
     
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    Ive got it in a transmission shop now, no word back yet... I've only had it two years, been a great little truck!
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    Must be toast! Was told it'd be a complete rebuild and will run $32-3400!
    Got 204,000 miles on it and paid $5200 when I bought it. Gotta make a decision over the weekend!
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