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theres a solenoid that selects gears it can trick the gearbox into limp mode, id have that checked before spending big money i spent 6000 on a new gearbox (not standard price i had a heavily modified gearbox) because the standard gearbox did the same turns out it was an $80 solenoid, i found out after forking out the money. any ford dealer should be able to plug it in and run diagnostic checks for you
DO NOT GO TO YOUR DEALERS LOOK IN THE YELLOW PAGES FOR A GEARBOX SPECIALIST THERE'S LOADS ABOUT I HAVE HAD COMPLETE GEARBOXES REBUILT FOR AROUND £350 TO £400 WITH GUARANTEES UP TO 12 MONTH A HELL OF A SAVING ON DEALERS PRICES
HOPE THIS HELPS
The speed sensor is located ar the rear of the gearbox pointing upward. there are 3 wire coming out which plug into the loom on top of the gearbox. After unplugging the wire the sensor unscrews from the gearbox.
all eobd codes starting with p zero have standard meanings irespective of model or make PO12 CODE CAMSHAFT POSITION (cmp) intake/front,bank 1 timing over ******
possible cause valve timing engine macanical fault cmp acutator
POO36 CODE HEATED OXGEN SENSOR HO2S)2BANK 1, HEATER
CAUSE FAULTY SENSOR WIREING SHORTING TO EARTH EC
PO59 HEATED OXGEN SENSOR (HO2S) BANK 2, HEATER RESISTANCE
THESE FAULT CODES HAVE BEEN OBTAINED FROM AN AUTO DATA DISC
I HOPE THIS IS OF SOME HELP TRY CLEARING THE CODES AND SEE IF THEY RE APEAR
IF THEY DO THE SENSORS AND WIRING NEED CHECKING