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1996 ford explorer (eddie brauer add) transmission problems

Code reads "no signal" to shifting censors. I have replaced range finding censor (TR). It will shift when let up on the gas which is power shifting.

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I have no idea where you live but What i would do is get a diagnostics test , some places will hook a computer up to your computer for free, Not very many people know this but if you go to a parts store they have a Little computer that they will give you one better they get codes but they will tell you what the codes are and what they mean and it will be in a doctor talk that you cant quite make out.
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