Why does my 2000 ford ranger shift hard
whats causing my truck to shift hard it jolts when it shifts
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Quite a Few Factors involved -
We'll assume 200,000 miles.
Current care along the way, Trany Fluid Chges - mandated.
Drive train inspection- rear end serviced, all typical service.
Automatic wise, I still shift it manually, to help keep clutch packs from severe up shift demanding hits when there is high mileage.
Instead, take each gear a little higher in speed, backing off on up shift , to let clutch packs get a good grip first, before applying power... it's just a half sec.
Hard hits by itself- tell me clutch packs are about done,
The gap is such, when fluid is applied, it has to force the piston plate further to squeeze the clutch packs, and you might have foot pressing on throttle at the same time - forcing it to hit harder just as it's about to engage.
We'd roll it into Tranny Shop for full testing.
In a rare case, vacuum also controls soft / hard hits, But I'm not sure on this model.
This might be full Mazda Drive train.
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