Question about 1996 Ford Taurus
We were going down the road, stop at a stop sign, went to go and the car would not move. have never had problems. pulled the pan off the
transmission, did not see any metal in the fluid. pulled the filter and it was pretty nasty. Could that be it, or is there a sensor?
The AX4S equiped was never known for its reliabilty, I'm guessing you have around 120,000 miles on it?
The main problem areas with that transaxle was shift valves, and torque converters. Not cheap either, a Ford Factory Remanufactured transaxle will run $2,000, and almost another $1,000 for labor, but a good one can be had for less, but remember, new doesn't mean good, and good doesn't mean new.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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