Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
Transmission is slippin did due to water in trans read something about tr/mlp sensor going out due to moisture.
It mounts on driver's side of transmission where linkage is.
Another concern is did water get into the trans.? If so then that could be a problem. The glue that is used to bond the clutches to the plates in the tranny is water soluable,in other words it will cause them to unbond. The only fix for that is replacement of the clutches.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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