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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Car starts up fine, but
Have you check the ****** fluid level? Even if it's run out it may still be fixable if you add fluid. Although likely cause is a bad ****** unfortunately. It's a huge pain to replace too. :(
Something else to try as well (assuming you mean automatic ******) is check if it will roll freely in Neutral but not roll freely in Park? It could be that the shift cable connecting your shifter to the ****** is broken or disconnected.
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
You can try shifting into manual 1 to get moving then once you get going shift the lever up into Drive. This should work, then drive it to a shop to have your ****** looked at.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
If the temperature is low, then the engine might have struck up. You need to give heat and then try starting. If you still face the problem, then open the front and check if any wires have been cut off or else call or an mechanic to solve the problem,
Posted on Apr 01, 2012
look on side of shifter see if there is an emergency release button on it some where
Posted on Sep 25, 2012
Ford products are sensitive to changes in Battery voltage. The system views low Voltage as an attempted theft and makes the Alarm go off.
Remove the Battery, return it with a full charge or new Battery. Some other symptoms would be slow cranking or clicking like a dead battery. The Antitheft reduces starter Voltage to around 7 Volts making starting nearly impossible.
Please rate my info. If all else fails, the Identity in the car memory may no longer match the identity on the car keys. You would need to have a Dealer rematch the keys to the car.
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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