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My 2000 F-150 has reverse but no drive, 1st or 2nd gears.

My wife's truck has been having problems with her transmission for about two months. You can put it in gear and it barely moves forward. I have been keeping an eye on the fluid to make sure it had the correct amount and not to over fill the crank case. Do you think it is a sensor, because I still can go in reverse. If so, where is the sensor?

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  • eandb4404 Jan 30, 2009

    Yes, I think you're correct because the fluid is not bright red and today it was harder to put into reverse. Good Job, thanks

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It sounds like you may have to pull the trany >>Tork converter problems << it takes less pressure to go in reverse than forward on a automatic>> pull the tranny pan replace the filter in side change oil and filter about 40 bucks look for shavings on old filter if there are some save the old filter to show the mechanic that is going to make the repairs..
pull the dip stick does the oil smell burnt this is another clue

hope this helps please leave great feedback

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