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Is the clutch ok? Are you using the correct lube in the transmission? Does the shift linkage have what feels like excessive play (most common problem)? If you shift to 2nd gear before engaging 1st does it make it easy to grab 1st? Check the above, the problem is either one or more of the above, if not then the transmission has a worn part and will need to be overhauled.
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could be that your syncro for the reverse gear is gone. Which would have to be brought to a tranny shop not a do it your self type of job.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
As your Auto transmission is fully electronic, it could be anything from faulty sensors sending incorrect signals to the trans computer, or faulty internal components. Your best bet is to have the trans computer scanned for 'fault codes' (as the computer monitors and retains all faults) by your local Ford dealership.
This process will identify the likely component/s which are causing this problem.
My guess is, there may be a problem with the 2nd clutch (yes that's right, automatics have internal clutches!), input and/or output shaft switches sending incorrect signals to the computer.
But, there could be so many other possibilities....so, I recommend you get the codes scanned and go from there.....
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
the wiring on the gear box is connected to switches wrong, there bullet head connectors red to red wiring and blue to blue from switch to loom is correct
both wires on one switch are red connect these to the 2 red wires one has colour trace on it also. the other switch blue wires to blue wire on loom with possibly another colour wire but they are together. you cant go wrong the connectors are male on one wire and female on the other on each switch(detent switch)
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
If it is a four wheel drive it will be on the transfer case,
If two wheel drive it will be on transmission,it still looks like where a speedometer hookup,but it will have a sensor with three wires now
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
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