2019 Raptor Transmission Fail

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by ppbets, Jan 14, 2019 at 12:37 AM.

  1. ppbets

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    The truck is great just recently change for my JK , just 40 miles I drive it on dirt road here in southern california and select baja mode and the transmision stuck in first gear, all modes work but baja mode stuck on first if you select manual then work perfect but not in automatic, someone here with same problem ??
    Is this regular problem on raptors ??
    Thanks.
     
  2. jabroni619

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    Never heard of this problem myself. Never experienced in on my Raptor or the Raptor I drove at RA. Sounds like a dealer visit is in order.
     
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    Baja likes to stay in lowest gear possible...is it bouncing off rev limiter?
     
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    common 10spd issue :dancingpoop:
     
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    It looks like you’ve been, “Jaked”.
     
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    That is the way the mode is supposed to work. I would be curious as to why you would need Baja mode for a road. I have driven around lease roads near Bakersfield in a Raptor and we just used normal driving mode with 4A. No issues. The Baja mode just keeps the engine at max rev so as not to bog it down during rough terrain. Not sure a dirt road would do this unless it is a very unkept road, even then highly unlikely.

    Pay no mind to Jake, he often comments but does not own a Raptor. No the transmission is not a common issue either. Have fun with your new ride.
     
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    I agree sounds like you need to keep your foot in it and see if it hits the cutout or goes to the next gear. Baja mode really wants to not shit even past the point of where a normal person would and Baja 2 wheel drive on road is the best for doughnuts lol!
     
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    Did you happen to lock out gears 2-10 in automatic? When you're in auto, are all 1-10 gears list up in the instrument cluster? If they aren't lit, you need to hit the + to make them all available.
     
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    In a word...NO
     
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    Really? First one I’ve heard of... how’s that Ram fourm treating you...
     
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