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I searched this but didn't get a return on it. Some times when I stop at a light then take off again there is a hard bang coming from the rear of truck. Sometimes when I stop quickly and sit there a few seconds later the truck bangs again. Not even moving. The convertor also lock and unlocks alot while driven at a steady speed. Truck has 204000 miles with nothing done to it. Any help would be great. Thanks guys Mark:rockon Its a E4OD tranny.
 

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Do a Self Test for Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC)s by my pal, BroncoJoe19

Look Codes up in my broncolinks.com site using the new Search function.

And Post em here according to KOEO & KOER

Is the Transmission Control Indicator Light (TCIL) Blinking?
- also called OD on/off LED switch @ end of tranny shifter stalk

Is Amber ABS light on all the time?
Same for CEL?

Description & Operation, Identification Tag, Parts Break-Out Diagram w/Nomenclature, Seals, Rings & Gaskets Locator, MLPS/Transmission Range (TR) Sensor & Lamp Operation, Transmission Shift Patterns, Main Components & Functions, Electronic Control System, Diagnosis & Testing, In-Vehicle Service, R&R, Cleaning & Inspection, Specifications, & Special Service Tools/Equipment; "...Covers assembly, dis-assembly, diagnosis, troubleshooting, and electronic controls & operation..."
Source: by Automatic Transmission Service Group (ATSG) via akpp.in.ua


Update Handbook; "...covers engineering changes that have occured from 1989 to 1995, parts affected by the change, interchangability & part numbers. Includes: Valve body and checkball changes thru 1996; 1989-1995 valve body checkball location; 1996 valve body checkball locations; early 1989 case checkball locations; late 1989 case checkball locations; 1990-1995 case checkball locations; 1996 case checkball locations; spacer plates and identification; main valve body differences and identification; lower valve body differences and identification; case differences and identification; output shaft changes; overdrive section failure; 4th clutch snap ring change; low roller clutch inner race change; cooler line fitting changes; low roller clutch assembly change; overdrive sprag changes; ball bearing center support change; overdrive carrier and input shaft change; cast iron overdrive carrier; direct clutch housing change; solenoid pack change for 1995 models; front pump change for 1995 models; intermediate servo piston change; sun gear differences; 1989-1995 valve body; 1996 valve body (exploded view); new design pump cover and stator shaft (blocked cooler); reverse clutch lip seals for 1996; larger design low roller clutch change; new design forward ring gear hub and planetary; ew design overdrive clutch piston and housing; cooler by-pass valve added to some 1997 models; lube orifice cup plug added to 1997 models; new design front pump for 1997-1998 models; new design 6 pinion forward and rear planetary arriers; new design sun shell; ntermediate diode freewheel failure; increased overdrive clutch capacity..."
Source: by Automatic Transmission Service Group (ATSG) via akpp.in.ua
 

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Dont know about your possible tranny problem but you might look into greasing your slip joint for the thud when taking off. I just did mine the other day and it made a world of difference. Just search grease slip joint. There is a great write up with pics. Easy fix
 
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