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2001 Ford mondeo 2.0 do not shift D or OD in case if car is stopping. Other gears are working normally. When driving up with L2 then D switch normally on at speed 80 km/h and OD at 120 km/h. At lower speed both slipping and below 20 km/h both switched off. Malfunction is identified after overhauling of transmission. There was mechanical damage at forward gear drum which replaced. Also master kit, new filter and gasket set are installed. What that problem shall be?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem with my car I think its the torque converter clutch but you should visit a diagonestic machine just to find out
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
SOURCE: My 2001 ford taurus lost
these cars have a major issue with torque converters.... the torque converter input splines are softer than the splines on the input shaft and it sheers the teeth off of the input side of the torque converter, i have replaced a ton of these for this problem... usually when you replace the torque converter every thing goes back to normal, what you need to do is check the fluid level while the engine is running, if the fluid level is really high than that is what happened because the torque converter failed and drained all the fluid into the pan... to fix it the transmission will have to come out and the torque converter will need replaced if you drain all the fluid out of it and look down into the center of the torque converter with a flash light you will see the splines missing...
Posted on Jun 05, 2011
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