Thank you for that info, and I will try that this weekend.rillo71 said:I had changed out my transmission fluid as well and the shudder was still there. Changing the fluid does not remove the buildup on the clutch pack face or the torque converter face. Only the friction modifier will do that. The transmission shop used 2 tubes of the Anti-Shudder Fix on mine. I would suggest doing the same with yours.
Awesome.... I hope it fully solves your problem. Keep us posted.leondegrance said:I added two bottles to the trans on Sunday and have had only 1 shudder since then. I can usually get it to shudder when driving in my neighborhood @ 25mph, so I will keep testing it for a week to see if it goes away completely.
EAjohn said:I drain the transmission every 30K and put in 4 quarts of full synthetic Valvoline Dexron VI and another 4 quarts at the next oil change.
I replaced my Plugs and packs a couple weeks ago and now have a shudder. So I am thinking I put the NGK plugs in...So I have been toying around with the idea of just replacing all 6 coil packs, as I still feel the shudder at light acceleration, but the truck is not generating any codes. Is it worth it to spend the 230 bucks without waiting for a code to generate?