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post #1 of 5 Old 01-06-2018, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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360 F1 transmission woes...

Hi there,

my 360 F1 transmission went crazy at the lights yesterday.

It refused to go into first gear the day before, only second from a standing start (auto & manual) but that was okay on the day, given there were no hill starts.

Second day was a hill start, it just pig jumped crazy, went to 3rd, went to neutral, beeping etc. bla bla...

It clunked a few times, actually went into 1st... I gingerly moved on (straight to the dealership).

What's the proper fix here please, I'm hearing Actuator pump, F1 selector?

Any advice appreciated, thanks much.
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post #2 of 5 Old 01-06-2018, 08:41 PM
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The only solution for that kind of problem is to take it to an expert who has an SD2 or equivalent and can diagnose the problem. Throwing parts or money at the problem until proper diagnosis is a waste.

After she is fixed, make sure the F1 system is serviced every 3 years with a fluid change, bleed, self-test, and leak check, which also requires an SD2 or equivalent. It took Ferrari until the 599 to figure that out.
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post #3 of 5 Old 01-07-2018, 07:23 AM
 
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Is the transmission light flashing?
Have you checked the Hydraulic Fluid Level?
How old is the clutch?


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The only solution for that kind of problem is to take it to an expert who has an SD2 or equivalent and can diagnose the problem. Throwing parts or money at the problem until proper diagnosis is a waste.
Exactly! Test, not guess. There's far too much of that going on which really gives this system (and these cars) a bad rap.

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Is the transmission light flashing?
Have you checked the Hydraulic Fluid Level?
How old is the clutch?


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...too much going on at the time to notice (or think of looking).

Fluids no, I'm assuming okay as just had new clutch fitted, (because of transmission problems).
...not bad as this cost is all on the dealership for now, being a recent purchase.

Appreciate all the responses...cheers.
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