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Tee2015

New Member
Nov 5, 2016
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Florida
Truck Year
2020
had one issue with def sensor harness when I just purchase and runs good
Trans shifts funny at times hard down shift and slow up shift imtermediately but runs good
Hate the push button on handle junk works don't work
 

Sterrac

New Member
Oct 22, 2016
7
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3
Truck Year
2014
Mine does the slow upshift at times. Mostly when it's cold or going downhill, I think it's trying to use the engine to keep speed down if I'm not on the throttle. That's my hope anyway, if it's going to break, I hope it's still while she's got warranty.


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jdn112011

Well-Known Member
Oct 18, 2015
1,202
310
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Roseau, MN
Truck Year
2015
had one issue with def sensor harness when I just purchase and runs good
Trans shifts funny at times hard down shift and slow up shift imtermediately but runs good
Hate the push button on handle junk works don't work
How many miles are on your truck? The transmission could still be calibrating? This is pretty likely, they take time to learn and smooth out to an individuals driving habits.

The Shift buttons are very electronically controlled, all they really do is select a specific gear to stay in and raise engine rpm if you ever need to.
 

Tee2015

New Member
Nov 5, 2016
4
0
1
Florida
Truck Year
2020
How many miles are on your truck? The transmission could still be calibrating? This is pretty likely, they take time to learn and smooth out to an individuals driving habits.

The Shift buttons are very electronically controlled, all they really do is select a specific gear to stay in and raise engine rpm if you ever need to.