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Traning fluid i have a 2000 ford explorer and it fills like the transmission jerks when i am driving. I am not loosing any training fluid does this mean i need a new transmission

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Not always, this could even be an engine fault. The best advice i can give is go to your transmission specialist and get them to check it over. this check will not be expensive but it will ease your mind. If it needs a transmission at least you will have an idea of the cost etc. but it may just be a sensor or low fluid.

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2000 FORD TRUCKS EXPLORER 5.0L 8-cyl Engine Code P

FILTERS
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Wix Trans Filter.....58955 [1]

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