Thanks for your reply, I put a used trans into the car and it worked fine before putting it in this is the same problem I had with the old trans, the reason I switched it, is there a sensor, or possibly the shift cable coming from the throttle, does that have any kind of adjustments on it
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Re: 92 crown vic transmission
I dont recall any sensors forthe od...usually if the over drive goes out people drive in the d mode which is harder on the transmission but no there are no sensors that im aware of that would make the OD not work correctly
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i had this problem with my 1999 jeep grand cherokee laredo with the brake lights it kept popping fuses right after the ignition was turned on try putting a higher amp fuse in place of the old one that keeps blowing then check for shorts to the starter and check grounds and wires and also the transmission issue check the fluid and then if the fluid is fine change the transmission filter the filter may have not gotten replaced when the transmission was rebuilt and may be clogged or dirty
was the computer for that exact year and model ? computers have to be matched to that same model to run the same transmission as in the vehicle example 1999 ford crown vic trans.put in a 2000 crown vic even though the trans. is the same the ccomputer reads trans. is built for 1999 cause of the program in the comp.
Hello john, sounds like you are having a converter lockup problem. The clutch packs may also be worn causing low pressures. Pressure test can be run to determine. Sometimes adding a a non-solvent formula additive such as Lucas transmission fix will help. It's been known to stop slipping in worn transmissions.
I did this once, not on a Ford and this is what I had to do to get it right. Get down to your local friendly dealer or an auto electric shop, put on a sad face and tell them your story and they will probably provide you with the wiring diagrams for the 2 cars. You need both. If that won't work go to faxonautoliterature . They have a wiring diagram book for the 92 for $19 and a Ford service manual for the 97 for $69. That will give you both wiring diagrams. It is an excellent company to do business with by the way.
With the diagrams in hand start tracing wires one at a time. You will find that a lot of the wires for the same things will be different colors, on orange wire in 92 will be green in 97. I don't know why they do that but they do. This should be able to get your car functional but you may be short a few options. I never did get my cruise control sorted out. Hope this helps and best of luck.