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Re: i replace it with a used one 5 sp transmission and ...
Doesn't matter what gear it's in when you install it. Are you sure you got the shift lever installed right? With the truck not running, can you move the shifter around into all gears? If not, either the shift lever is not installed right, or the transmission has an internal fault. If you can't shift gears only when running, the clutch is not working. On Ford pick-ups with the clutch slave cylinder inside the bell housing of the transmission, best practice is to replace the slave cylinder along with the new clutch.
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Does this car run properly, motor wise. Any hesitations ? I have 2 of these cars one auto, and one 5 sp. I had the same problem and it was a sensor in the motor, not transmisson. You may want to have the car's code read. That would be the cheapest way to pinpoint it
if the wrong fluids were use it could do this and get it replace asap
some ford transmission run on dextron sp
sp= special product exlusif to ford and nothing else will work right
look in your owners manual to verify or ask your dealer
hope no damaged was done
P0753Shift Solenoid A Electrical
its inside of transmission not very easy to replace it controls the shifting of the transmission P0763Shift Solenoid C Electrical
its another transmission shift solenoid P0758Shift Solenoid B Electrical
another shift solenoid now my question to you is your transmission shifting normal have you had any work done to your car recently like changeing any seals on your transmission to have theses replaced by a mechanic its gonna be very expensive i could tell you step by step how to change them with theses codes you should be haveing serious shifting issues if you dont have shifting issues reset codes and see if they come back if they do then it could be in the wireing harness comeing from transmission hope this answers your question happy holidays
You add the automatic transmission fluid through the dipstick/level check hole ( on the transmission) using a long skinny funnel. Be sure to only use Diamond ATF SP III or an equivalent. Mitsubishi transmissions require regular fluid changes (every 30, 000 to 35,000 miles) with the correct fluid or they will not shift correctly.
sounds like you have a worn syncronizer. unless it gets really bad, you can keep driving like that, be gentle with those shifts and you shouldnt have any problems. changing the fluid may help prolong the life. if it gets bad, the transmission will have to be rebuilt.
Shifting to NEUTRAL To shift the transfer case to NEUTRAL, first make sure
the vehicle is parked so that it will not roll:
1. Set the parking brake.
2. Start the vehicle.
3. Connect the vehicle to the towing vehicle.
4. Put the transmission in NEUTRAL (N) or have
the clutch pedal pressed for vehicles with
5. Shift the transfer case to 2HI.
6. Simultaneously press and hold the 2HI and
4LO buttons for 10 seconds. The red NEUTRAL
light will come on when the transfer case shift to
NEUTRAL is complete.
7. Shift the transmission to REVERSE (R) for one
second, then shift the transmission to DRIVE (D)
for one second or FIRST (1) for vehicles with
8. Turn the ignition to OFF.
9. Place the transmission shift lever in PARK (P) or
FIRST (1) for vehicles with manual transmission.
10. Release the parking brake prior to towing.
Shifting Out of NEUTRAL
To shift out of NEUTRAL:
1. Set the parking brake and apply the regular
2. Start the vehicle with the transmission in PARK (P)
or FIRST (1) for vehicles with manual transmission.
3. Press the button for the desired transfer case position
(2HI, 4HI, AUTO 4WD or 4LO).
4. Put the transmission in NEUTRAL (N) or press the
clutch pedal for vehicles with manual transmission.
5. Shift the transmission lever to the desired position.
After the transfer case has shifted out of NEUTRAL,
the red light will go out.
6. A re-engagement sound is normal when shifting out
can you look under the vehicle at the transmission, look on top, do you see any linkages? I'm not sure you will, just want to check.
The 5 sp trans that is in the Ford Explorer is normally a "top loader" meaning that the shift linkage is internal to the transmission, if this is so, while your looking do see an access plate in the floor board above the transmission, if not to repair it you will have to remove it. if you are not comfortable with this procedure, I recommend that you find a quality repair shop in your area.