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How to locate and chang neutral saftey switch on a 2003 ford expidition 5.4

The switch should be on the transmission at the shift lever. But it won't cause shifting problems. The cranking problem could be several other things.

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Where is the vss on my 1998 ford expidition

The VSS is located on the side of the transmission casing. As for your solenoid question, you need to be specific about which solenoid and what you are trying to repair or replace.

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2009 ford expidition hard down shift when shifting down for power to climb hills

Bring vehicle in and have transmission fluid and filter changed. Also have transmission bands adjusted.

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HI i Scanned my Ford Explorer to a computer and i got codes P0732 and P0735 can i get a little info about the codes and how to fix the problem

P0735 FORD - Automatic Transmission Incorrect Fifth Gear Ratio Incorrect Possible causes - Low transmission fluid level
- Dirty transmission fluid
- Shift solenoids
- Transmission mechanical problems
- Transmission hydraulic control circuit

P0732 FORD - Automatic Transmission Incorrect Second Gear Ratio Incorrect All - causes would be the same as above with ALSO Probable bad valve body - and or pressure solenoids. Probable bad clutch band. If the fluid is ok and if you have tried changing the fluid and filter to no aval. Is it time to think about a transmission repair at a local transmission shop. Sorry.

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I have a 1999 ford expidition. What are the two aluminum lines on the right side of the radiator and their purpose. I have an oil leak conscentrated in that area. And near the tire.

these would be the transmission cooler lines. fluid is circulated thru a cooler inside radiator to keep fluid from overheating

Aug 15, 2011 | 1999 Ford Expedition

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This is a normal condition, the unit is reacting to altered throttle and manifold pressure.

Mar 04, 2011 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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Does the 3.0l transmission fit on the 4.0l engine


There are 5 automatic transmissions used in the Ford Ranger, Explorer and Mountaineer. They may be identified by checking the transmission code on the Safety Standard Certification Label attached to the driver's side door post, in the space marked Trans. The transmissions can also be identified by a tag attached to the lower left hand extension attaching bolt. The transmission codes are as follows:
  • 1991–94 code T is for the A4LD transmission
  • 1995–99 code T is for the 4R44E (2.3L, 2.5L & 3.0L) or 4R55E (4.0L) transmission
  • 1996–99 code U is for the 4R70W (5.0L) transmission
  • 1997–99 code D is for the 5R55E (5-speed automatic) transmission
So, what you need to do now is...establish from a FORD workshop, whether both the A4LD and 4R55E transmissions share the same components and mounting dimensions.



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Transmission issue

sounds like the revese clutch is broken. a rebuild or used transmission is your only choices

May 27, 2009 | 1999 Ford Expedition

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Ford expidition 2007 transmition problem

I had the same problem. I took the truck into the dealer and there was a computer software upgrade that needed to be installed that altered the shift points in the transmission. After that 10 minute fix, I have had no other issues.

Nov 06, 2008 | 2007 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer EL

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