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What would keep an automatic transmission on an 1990 Ford F-150 truck from second to overdrive?

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2009-10-08 23:54:53
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I'm not sure of your question. It should go from 2nd to 3rd then to OD. When was the last time you changed fluid and filter in your tranny?

I just had the same problem on my 2001 ford f-150 and it was the Tps unit. I dont know if they are the same on differant years.

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