Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
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.
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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It is possible for the Speedometer and Tac gauge not to work but will not affect the way the transmission works. If the problem is in the interment cluster the transmission can still receive the input from the speed sensor. Does the check engine light come on? If the transmission isn't receiving the signal the check engine light will come on and set code. If the check engine light isn't coming on or doesn't set code for speed sensor signal you problem is more likely to be in the interment cluster. The RPM would be the same.
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