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1999 ford ranger extened cab 4x4 3.0 has codes po732,p1756,p1761 and it is stuck in a forward gear even in reverse and neutral

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https://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=216567

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I did find a thread that referred to an "always in a forward gear" A4LD problem, ... Eventhough band adjustment should not have anything to do with the .... in the transmission and then it auto shifts through the gears normally.

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Ford Ranger I have just wouldn't go in reverse, still will move in drive


ok its sound like you have a problem with your reverse it could be a broken reverse ban or the seal are worn and causing it to loose pressure you should get it fix because the forward gears soon give way as well so get the tranie repaired

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