Question about Ford Explorer
Intermediate band is snapped. will go right into gear when fluid is full. is vehicle drivable if fluid is kept full and how long will it last?
Have it towed to a reputable transmission shop as soon as possible. DO NOT DRIVE IT, or you will probably be looking at replacing the whole transmission. If any metal fragments get into the torque converter or in between the clutch discs it will be trashed. When one of the bands broke in my 1993 Eagle Vision, I tried to limp back home, but after about 5 miles, the car would not go any further. If I had just left it on the side of the highway and had it towed in, it would not have cost me $1350 for a rebuilt.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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