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When you shift into reverse the torque converter locks up, then when u shift into neutral it is like you shifted into drive. What is wrong with this transmision?
Hi Fip, Sounds as if the selector body has been moved out of adjustment and is no longer lining up. There should be an alignment hole through which you can fit a Philips (star screw driver) through an realign. Get a pair of goggles and put them...Take a flash light and then get under the vehicle. Locate the switch selector assembly and look carefully for the holes in the levers and the gearbox body. Loosen the fixing bolt and then slide the screw driver through, getting them all aligned with the one drilled into the box. Once done the selectors will be set. Tighten the locking bolt and it should be good to go. Regards John
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If fuel delivery isn't the issue then check fire. Fords of this era are famous for ignition modules acting goofy with heat. Works nice in the cold not so nice in the heat. Yes...like a Panda Bear. Change your module and you'll be off and running.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
put a little heat to them and use a small scoket that fits in side the u-joint and then make sure you got a broad under it
then smake with a hammer till it comes out,
o make sure the broad is under the yoke well behind the yoke on the ground it will have to be removed from the truck to do this
then you put the new in by taping it in with caps on both sides or to make it easy use a big C-clamp to press then in the old holes you took the old one out
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
SOURCE: install fuel pump 1974 f350 460
first disconnect the battery then disconnect the fuel lines from the pump remove the 2 bolts remove pump the reverse procedure remember to put a dab of grease on top of the arm that goes inside the engine
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
Your check engine light should be on by now. First n foremost check to be sure the transmission fluid is guaged. Not too much n not less. Take note of color of ATF too if it due please change oil, I hope u ve been servicing ur transmission too. B4 taking shift solenoids off n all pls have the car scanned.
Posted on Sep 09, 2011
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