Ford f250 Transmission Problem Sacramento


Ford f250 Transmission Problem

What's wrong with my Ford f250 Transmission?

The Ford f-250 is the top-selling truck and good reason. It’s strong, fun to drive and comfortable with a spacious cargo bay and cabin interior. If you own one, you may be experiencing some significant Ford f-250 transmission problems.

The 2004, 2005, and 2010 models exhibit the most Ford f-250 transmission problems. The other versions don’t seem to struggle as much with this specific issue.

Frequently, Ford f250 owners report:

Clunking sounds: If you hear any strange clunking or clicking noises while driving, there is a high chance they could be coming from a faulty transmission.

Burning smell: Burning while driving could indicate a lack of fluid in the Ford f-250’s transmission.

Sluggish or no response: An excellent transmission will leap forward, while a poor one will struggle to push forward.

Fluid leaks: Red or brown leaks mean something’s wrong with the transmission, while clear means there’s nothing wrong.

Check engine light: A check engine light could mean many things, one being a fault with the transmission.


The problems noted here relate mostly to gas powered trucks with either the 10-speed 10r80 or the 6-speed 6r80 transmissions.

2004 Ford f-250

2005 Ford f-250

2006 Ford f-250

2010 Ford f-250

2015 Ford f-250

2016 Ford f-250

2017 Ford f-250

If you live in Sacramento and are having these problems with your Ford truck, bring it into our shop and let us determine exactly what's going on. We can get your transmission fixed and put you back on the road!