My transmission stopped pulling. Check transmission, it's fine. changed filter and fluid, still want go into gear. No engine light or any other light came on. vehicle just stopped pulling while driving
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I had that same problem on my ford taurus, I changed the transmission fluid and it was fine, the vehicle takes if i remember correctly 13 quarts of transmission fluid, most cars only take five so definitly check that, hope i could help, good luck!
Check the fluid level in the transmission. You may be "running out" of fluid needed to shift to second. You can try changing the transmission fluid and adding a small amount of Lucas transmission additive it may help a balky solenoid. Fords don't have a filter for you to change, but do offer a add-on type on the line to the radiator.
Have you checked the fluid level with the engine running ,and the vehicle in park?If the fluid level is fine,then have the transmission fluid changed,and filter.If this was at all helpful,please rate,thank you.
First thing is to check the transmission fluid. Check the level and see if it is dark or smells burned. If the level is fine, but the fluid is in bad shape, you'll need at least a fluid change. If the level is low, adding some might fix it, but you'll want to keep an eye on the level, in case you have a leak somewhere.