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92 crown vic transmission

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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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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