Question about 1999 Mercury Sable
The problem is with your VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) located on the passenger side axle housing. It will cost approx. $300 to have Ford dealer do it.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
The transmission is should be controlled by the tcm "transmission control module". The first item to check would be a good visual inspection. If all seems in the norm, then the fluid condition and level. You have to check the transmission level when the car is running at operating temp and in park. If that is ok, the next item would be to have the code read. Autozone will scan your car for free. Once you have a code, it may give a hint as to what system is acting up. That is where I would start.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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