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2007 Explorer ford bangs into gear when warm

My 2007 explorer goes into reverse hard when it warms up .The forward gears don't do it and the rest of the trany seems fine. It is a 4x4 4.0 lt with about 150000km . Does anyone know what causes this? Thanks

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Solenoids in Trans

Posted on Jul 26, 2013

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change the fluid and filter in the transmission ASAP and that should take care of your problem. if you drive it too long like that you may not be able to save it.

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I know this sounds stupid but will it back up if you put it in 4wd low? If yes its a transfer case problem. If no, they the transmission will need rebuilt. Also can you push the vehicle forward or backward in park?

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