Ford F-250 owners have reported 14 problems related to automatic transmission torque converter (under the power train category). The most recently reported issues are listed below.
The contact owns a 2001 Ford F-250 sd. The stated that a large puddle of transmission fluid leaked from the exhaust pipe. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic, who stated that both the transmission front seal and the torque converter would need to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 117,000.
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The contact owns a 1999 Ford f250. While driving 25 mph, the overdrive light began flashing. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and they stated that the torque converter failed. The vehicle is currently being repaired. The VIN was unknown. The current mileage was 149,000 and failure mileage was 148,000.
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1999 Ford F-250 with transmission problems. Consumer had this problem repaired. She was then informed that there was a TSB that she never knew about. Ford is refusing to reimburse her for the repairs. The consumer stated the manufacturer was fully aware of the transmission problem, but failed to notify their customers. The problem was the fluid would overheat during severe duty and wear out the torque converter, which resulted in the radiator, cooler lines and hoses for the transmission to be replaced. The stabilizer bar link and battery were replaced.
: the contact stated while driving 45 mph there is a vibration in the vehicle. The steering wheel does not vibrate however the trucks frame and body does. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for repairs on 4 occasions. On the first occasion the left front tire was replaced and all tires were balanced. The second time the drive shaft was replaced. On the third visit all four tires were replaced. On the fourth occasion another drive shaft and pinion gear was replaced. The vehicle still has the same problem after all of the repair attempts. The contact believes the problem is with the automatic transmission torque converter. The manufacturer has been alerted.
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My f250 superduty truck at less than 6,000 miles started slipping gears between 1 and 2 when trying to get into oncoming traffic truck would stall. Return to dealer they rebuilt transmission didn't fix problem! returned 4 more times still same problem. Having to file a lemon lawsuit!.
Nothing has been done to my 2005 f250 superduty, under load it will not shift down automatically without depressing the foot feed. They have tried three times to correct this and know nothing. I am not going to keep it unless it is fixed. We were told Ford knows there is a problem with these trucks, but does not know the fix. What am I supposed to do on a $45,000. Vehicle?.
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Automatic transmission started to slip out of gear while in drive. Would drive in 2nd gear only. While on a dealer test drive it lost reverse and was so bound up it couldn't be pushed in neutral. Needs new tranny $3,100. 00. Told that the sprag and torque converter are the weak links.
Shortly after my truck rolled over 106,000 it started making some very loud rattling sounds. After a few false starts with diagnosis, it was found that it had a bad torque converter and there is a TSB on the same subject dated 1999 (the same year as my truck) and the problem was recognized but not fixed at the factory, just told my mechanic to replace the part to the tune of $373 for the part and $275 labor. They said the replacement had a new design to keep the same problem from happening again. Why when in 1999 didn't they fix the problem to start with?.
The contact owns a 2001 Ford F-250 super duty. The contact stated the transmission was leaking while driving 25 mph. The transmission previously leaked on two occasions and the contact had taken the vehicle the dealer each time the failure occurred. The dealer replaced the transmission pump, torque converter, and o- rings. After the vehicle was repaired the transmission continued to leak. The contact called the manufacturer regarding the leak and they stated that the transmission warranty expired and there was nothing they could do to assist him. The failure mileage was 134,000.
1999 Ford fwiw turbo diesel with 78,972 miles on 10-8-02 noise/rattle in engine. Determined to be torque converter. Replaced and repaired torque converter, also replaced front transmission seal. 10-29-02 leaking transmission fluid, transmission extremely burnt/ torque converter has internally burnt ,causing internal damage to transmission. Replaced torque converter. On 4-12-07 transmission fluid leaked, torque converter replaced and front pump.
Automatic transmission, torque-converter. I have a 2001 Ford F-250 super dudy pick-up truck, since 9 months after purchased I have had several problems regarding my transmission & drive shaft (already replaced it while under warrenty), with the transmission we had a problem down shifting, evey time we took it in they couldn't find the problem ( Ford dealer, they said theres nothing they can do), it has 90% of highway miles on it & 10% town miles. It is now 2004 it has 61000 miles & the torque-converter is sliping & shuttering, not alowing the fluid to pass through correctly & the transmission now has to be rebuilt, because Ford dealer said the couldn't find nothing wrong, so we took it for a second opinion & they found something, but while under warrenty the dealership could not !!!!!!! go figure, I guess thats how they make there money .
The module actavating the torque converter is engaging at idle, causing transmission to engage, and vehicle to surged forward without manually applying accelerator.
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This truck looks brand new,has not been abused,man that fixed it said he had never seen one do this unless the truck was beat all to pieces,and this one isnt, he figures it was a defect in the torque converter.
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When driving 40 mph and above, letting off the accelerator pedal, the transmission goes in neutral. The torque converter locks and unlocks. This is a dangerous situation when towing a trailer. The problem has been reported to the dealership. Dealer stated that the truck was designed to work like that.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Automatic Transmission problems||
|Power Train problems||
|Automatic Transmission Column Shift problems||
|Transmission Failure problems||
|Manual Transmission problems||
|Axle Assembly problems||
|Automatic Transmission Torque Converter problems||
|Transmission Fluid Leaking problems||
|Clutch Pedal/linkage problems||