1997 Ford F-250 Power Train Automatic Transmission Torque Converter problems & defects.

1997 Ford F-250 Power Train Automatic Transmission Torque Converter problems & defects.
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If you are driving a 1997 Ford F-250, or if you are planning to purchase one, then it is important that you review reported Power Train Automatic Transmission Torque Converter problems and defects. Total reports: 2.

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.*ak

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1FTHX2554VE. FORD F-250 1997 problem was reported in MELBOURNE, FL. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. FORD F-250 1997 TRANSMISSION TYPE: AUTO.

Oct 01, 1998

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. *ak

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1FTHX26F5VE. FORD F-250 1997 problem was reported in NEW BRAUNFELS, TX. Vehicle was purchased on 19990801. Vehicle was using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was using Cruise Control.FORD F-250 1997 drive type:4WD. FUEL SYSTEM:N/A. FUEL TYPE: DIESEL. FORD F-250 1997 TRANSMISSION TYPE: AUTO. VEHICLE SPEED: 5 mph.

May 01, 2000

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