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My 2005 ford five hundred is hesitating when you put it in drive, and the repair light comes on. Stops when you turn it off and restart it.

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  • heykoolaid Apr 19, 2009

    I have a 2006 Ford Five Hundred and the Megatronics unit went out. We had a similar problem.

    It was hesitating when we put it in drive, and eventually the tranny wouldn't move out of the starting position (it doesn't shift since it has the CVT). It was covered under warranty at the time. The Ford dealership replaced it and we haven't had trouble since....

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It sounds like a link slipping in your gear box but you should put a bit more detail in this problem for it can be a lot of things causing this..

good luck...

Posted on Sep 09, 2008

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