Question about 1995 Ford Thunderbird
When I drive it takes a second or two for the car to shift, then it kind of jerks into gear. The transmission fluid is clean and full, now what should I check. P.S. - I know nothing about cars, but I am learning!
Consult ur local transmission shop might need complete flush or replaced
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it depends on the trans but ford had alot of problems with though years with the overdrive shift kit it is a band in the trans and it pop out and break you need to take to local trans shop and let them look at it and tell them the problem and they will take the trans out and crack it up and replace the part that need to be replace before you have to replace the whole trans the ford dealerships dont have the best trans people hate to say that but it true take to someone who specialize in trans only
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
i have a 1996 wind star van the over drive light is flashing and it downshifts sometime it seems like it is in over drive when you take off. is there a censor on the transmission that needs replaced
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
if the shifter is loose and sloppy feeling then the shift cable bracket has come loose under the dash at the steering wheel. remove the lower panel under the steering wheel so you can see under the dash then get flash light and look while jiggling the shifter. you should be able to see the cable and bracket. if the bracket is loose then tighten the bolts. note this bracket is at the steering colum.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
this is caused by a piston in the transmission that has a crack in it once it warms up the crack seals and operates normally.being cold the crack opens up allowing fluid to flow past it. take to trans shop as soon as you can, will be minimum repair if it has not caused further damage in the transmission.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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