The only diagrams I have here of the valve body are in repair manuals and publishing them on the website would be a violation of the publishers copyright. Some combination lamps that are not equipped with amber side reflectors fail to conform to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard no. What could cause this problem? Either problem is going to require that the transmission be replaced. I had to pull off to the side of the road. A re-manufactured transmission also comes with a : three years compared to 90 days for a rebuilt transmission.
If there are no easily spotted problems, then the malfunction is probably due to a mechanical failure. I beleive the code is for a 1-2 shift error. Going up a gentle slope it will downshift but with a rough sound and it takes more time than expected. So we went and bought a new plug and coil pack and threaded it back in and believe it or not it stayed there and still is there today. They said the sensor is being blocked.
A re-manufactured transmission will also include a ; three years compared to an average 90 days for a rebuilt transmission. When I got it back the engine seems to rev higher even in overdrive. Punched all of the cruise control buttons and tapped the brakes cruise control turned off. Younger people, like when my son was a teenager, like to do neutral drops - rev the engine really high in neutral and drop in in drive to spin the tires. Hope it will bless you the way it has blessed us.
Going directly from first to 3rd will cause a harsh shift. Testing your transmission line pressure is a relatively easy task with minimal tools. As a shop owner, it is in your best interest to learn about some of the most common problems found in this transmission. I would like to know what i have to do to set the idle because my engine idle goes up and down when the car is not moving. Complaint Number: 10259967 Incident Date: February 21, 2009 Date Added to File: February 25, 2009 Description of the Complaint: My 2002 f-150 supercrew 4x2 with 4.
At times my overdrive light flashes and the transmission shifts very hard, what could cause this? If it is giving an improper signal it can cause the transmission to downshift. But now it shifts funny and when i take off about 10 ft it makes a hitting sound our clunk sound as if the tourque converter is going out. Did you use a hand held tuner to tune your motor? The most likely sensor to fail is the Transmission Range Sensor. It has a 145K miles on it. The truck has been very well maintained. We are having to put a factory rebuilt tranny in it as we speak.
When the problem is not present it works perfectly. Hit all of the cruise control buttons and tapped the brake. If you don't see the answer to your question here please submit your question using the link above. The problem is mainly related to water intrusion from a poor connector seal. Ford sells an update kit that comes with a new Range sensor, and an updated connector with an improved seal. But in reverse it is just like the E brake is on moves and stops immediatly. It seems to be very erratic, sometimes you can make a 300 mile trip witout any problems, and other times it will neutral out 3 or 4 times on a 10 mile trip.
This could be a small or large problem. I dont know were to start and i keep getting screwed buy having it rebuilt. These reasons include poor engine performance, hydraulic problems, improper adjustments, mechanical malfunctions and computer malfunctions. Goin in reverse, it would go, but as soon as you take the foot of the gas, it would stop immediatly, plus very difficult until it would start rolling, I think this is called engine breaking. A bad output shaft speed sensor could also cause erratic shifting, but these rarely fail. Brian Donnelly I would run a computer scan real quick Brain.
These headlamps fail to conform to the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard no. This would require transmission removal and disassembly to repair. It could be caused by a fault solenoid, a stuck valve or a worn clutch inside the torque converter. This may be a case of the being driven with a scanner to see what is happening in the data stream. The car was locked and parked at the time.
I have took my truck to an mechanic an they told me it was a transmission problem. It showed no codes of anything wrong Has anyone have any idea what might be wrong with the trans? There is also a plate that Ford made to go between the idle air motor and the throttle body. In reverse and park and neutral the forward clutch has to be released, if its not you will end up with a bind up in reverse and the trans will want to pull forward in park and neutral. The last time happened in a parking lot right as I started my truck up. I don't tow anything with the vehicle and it isn't abused. Locking out overdrive with the button does not help.
The plug actually hit the underside of the hood when it blew. If a decision has to be made to replace the transmission, I highly recommend you consider a as your first choice. I've been reading online from several people who have had this same problem. I had the pedal depressed but the truck continued to slow down. In this case the converter will need to be replaced. Due to their complexity, mechanical problems should be referred to a trained mechanic to resolve.