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Old 03-27-2010, 01:04 AM
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2004 F150 Lariat 4x4 Noise Before Downshift

Hey guys !! New here !! I have a problem with a horrible noise when on an uphill grade. I here a sound like your tires cross over the line on the side of the road here in Missouri with those roughed up groves to wake you up. It's like when you get on it and it tries to downshift, it will do it. Then I let off the accelerator and get back on it and it will be fine. Does it all the time. Not sure if this would go under the IWE Solenoid or not, but doesn't sound like it is the same. It sounds almost exactly like I described. Hope someone has an idea. Thanks for your responses ahead of time !!
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