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Old 04-30-2015, 07:21 PM   #1
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6r80 hard shifts

i am new to this forum but has any one on here found a solution to the hard shift first to second? intermittently it feels like iv been rear ended it engages so hard, my car only has 16000 mi on it and has been to the dealer 3 times already first time they changed the bulk lead as per tsb out for it the second time they said the could not recreate the symptoms the third time i went with the service manager on a test ride and actually got it to do it and they said they cleared the adaptive learns witch we all knew was bs and not going to fix it, im bringing it back tomorrow , has any one actually gotten this problem fixed ?
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I've found that shifting at 1900-2000 rpm is the smoothest. That's my solution for now. Don't think there's anything that can really be done about it.


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Can you tell us more about the bulk lead TSB? Haven't heard of that before.
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Old 05-01-2015, 06:29 AM   #4
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6R80 TRANSMISSION HIGH GEAR ENGAGEMENT TSB 13-4-9
FROM A STOP—VEHICLES BUILT ON OR BEFORE
4/8/2013
FORD: LINCOLN:
2011-2013 Mustang, F-150 2012-2013 Navigator
2012-2013 Expedition
The article supersedes TSB 13-2-3 to update the
Title, Issue Statement and add a production fix WARRANTY STATUS: Eligible Under Provisions Of
date. New Vehicle Limited
Warranty Coverage And
ISSUE Emissions Warranty
Some 2011-2013 Mustang, F-150, 2012-2013 Coverage
Expedition and Navigator vehicles equipped with a Warranty/ESP coverage
6R80 transmission and built on or before 4/8/2013 limits/policies/prior approvals
may exhibit a transmission engagement in higher are not altered by a TSB.
(5th) gear when starting. The wrench indictor and/or Warranty/ESP coverage
the seat belt minder may be illuminated, the limits are determined by the
speedometer reads zero and the odometer displays identified causal part and
dashes while driving. Symptoms may clear after an verified using the OASIS
ignition key cycle. Diagnostics trouble codes (DTCs) part coverage tool.
P0720 and P0722 may or may not be stored in the OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME
powertrain control module. 130409A 2011-2013 F-150, 2.1 Hrs.
2012-2013 ACTION Expedition/Navigator 6R80 Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the Transmission: Check DTCs condition. And Replace The Molded
SERVICE PROCEDURE Leadframe (Do Not Use
With Any Other Labor
Replace the molded leadframe on the main control Operations)
assembly. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), 130409A 2011-2013 Mustang 6R80 2.2 Hrs.
Section 307-01 Shift Solenoids. Transmission: Check DTCs
And Replace The Molded NOTE Leadframe (Do Not Use REPLACEMENT OF SHIFT SOLENOIDS ARE NOT With Any Other Labor REQUIRED FOR THIS PROCEDURE. Operations)
DEALER CODING
PART NUMBER PART NAME CONDITION
AL3Z-7G276-A Molded Leadframe BASIC PART NO. CODE
7G276 D4
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Thanks. Interesting... looks like it only applies to service replacement transmissions in the affected model years?
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I guess but if u read some f150 forums and other mustang forums if it was built prior to mid 12s you do not have the updated lead which is a big board that encorparates the tiss and toss sensors the gear select the solinoid harness and temp sensor all in 1 unit which did actually make the problem alitle better but did not solve it. It is possible that was the problem but caused other damage . I guess I'll have to wait and see wut they find
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Thanks. Mine was built 11/2012, so hopefully I dodged the bullet. Absolutely hate going to the stealership.
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I guess but if u read some f150 forums and other mustang forums if it was built prior to mid 12s you do not have the updated lead which is a big board that encorparates the tiss and toss sensors the gear select the solinoid harness and temp sensor all in 1 unit which did actually make the problem alitle better but did not solve it. It is possible that was the problem but caused other damage . I guess I'll have to wait and see wut they find
Did you have the symptoms indicated in the TSB before they worked on it? Like the car starting in 5th gear or the odometer showing dashes?
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Not those symptoms exactly it slams 2nd gear when shifting from 1st intermittently some times it's so harsh I thought I got rear ended
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So went back to the dealer for them to tell me if there are no codes there's nuthing they can do so I had to call ford and tell them I want a service engineer to inspect the car. They didn't seem very interested in the problem until I told them the problem occurred in nyc for me and I almost hit someone crossing the road and I am saving all the paper trails of this problem and miles it occurs at so if I do hit some one I can pass along all the paperwork to there lawyer. Now all the sudden I have there attention . I think this is going to be my last ford
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I feel like doing the fuse pull helps with mine, or just don't creep around in first gear. I just give her a little more gas and shift around 1700-2000 rpms.
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That seems to be alot of peoples solution but maybe it's just me I feel as thought a 30 thousand dollar car should not be banging gears and having all the problems that mine has had and the fact that ford corprate just blatantly tells me to go f $#! Myself is rediculouse
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