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Remove and replace transmission fluid pump. the tranny races and the rpms go over the red line when you step on the gas. and the car moves about 30mph.

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Not sure what the question is, but the transmission fluid pump requires removing the transmission from the engine, since it is behind the torque converter.

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If you do not have a low level, then you should take this Taurus to a trained mechanic, and have your transmission evalutated.

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