1993 FORD CROWN VICTORIA has no reverse gear when engine warm.
When the car starts up cold, the transmission connects to reverse gear
easily. When warmed up, there is slippage and the car sounds like it
is in neutral when I put it in revers. It is not good to have no ability to
back up when on the road. Okay in cold starts; not good after driving for awhile. Is there a friction band in the reverse gear that can be
replaced? Or do I have to replace the whole transmission?
Re: 1993 FORD CROWN VICTORIA has no reverse gear when...
Have you tried the park neutral switch could be out of wacky or defective this switch does more the starter control on an aode transmission it tells the the mcu what drive it's in and activates the proper drive solenoid for reverse as well as the forward gears
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Are you sure you put the correct amount in? Sounds like when it's cold the fluid settles on the bottom. But when it warms up, the fluid starts to travel and not be enough to lube and cool the gears. Check you owners manual or compare what you took out with the amount you put in.
sounds like a blocked/semi blocked transmission filter. when the oil is cold it wont pass through the filter easily and wont allow gears beyond first notch to be selected when the oil heats up it gets thinner allowing it to pass through more easily. first thing is check fluid level and filter.
Hi, transmission slipping normally does not occur when the transmission is warm, as warm temperatures favor proper working of the automatic transmission systems. Nonetheless, if problems such as, broken transmission bands, gears or torque conversion already exist, then the transmission might slip even in warm temperatures. Another situation may arise, if the fluid suffers from contraction in cold weather and gradually the weather warms up sufficiently, to expand the internal parts and fluids. Then due to cold weather, a small transmission problem might occur. However, the problem may be too small to affect the vehicle. However, warm weather cannot be directly linked to transmission slipping.
yes this is a defective trans, u either have a worn out direct clutch or a hydraulic leak inside the trans, u can try changing the fluid and filter it may help, if not you will need to replace the trans.
sounds like either your transmission is having problems with the valves...might want to have that looked at before your transmission dies completely......also have them check vacuum lines as i believe that car uses vacuum pressure to shift.