I have a 2006 F150 and I went to drive it, backed out of my driveway fine, but when I put it in gear....it wouldn't go anywhere? Once I reved it a little, then it would go.
Need to have the trany inspected, may be low on trany fluid, or the trany filter may just need to be replaced.
So, You think that it's something simple? I have been told that it might be the Torque Converter or a bearing?
It could be, but check the fluid level while the engine is running, you just never know so you eliminate the simple possibilities first, before getting into a rebuild situation. Should stop at a trany shop, they would know first hand. What ever you do, Do Not get talked into a transmission flush, it is a waist of time and money if the transmission fluid had not ben changed at the required intervals.
O.k. Thank You!
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