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2007 ford 4wd escape random shifting in snow and rain

Seams only to happen when accelerating and decelarating but it's shifting at low rpms seams like it can't decide witch gear to choose.

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Does it have overdrive switch on end of shifter? if so, shift it out of overdrive and see what happends.

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