Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
When driving the cruise kicked off and the rmps shot up to 4000. sometimes when is doesn't shift into gear I do it manually up to 3rd but it doesn't want to shift after that. Also when idling if the accelerator it lightly tapped the RPMs go from 500- 2000, it doesn't gradually build up. This is in a 4.6L V8 model
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a vacuum line that is connected to a vacuum modulator on the transmission. The vacuum modulator looks like a tiny inline fuel filter on the right rear of the transmission. Remove the vacuum line from the modulator, if transmission fluid spills out when the rubber hose is removed the modulator is punctured. The engine will **** your transmission fluid through the vacuum line and into the intake system and burn it through combustion. If the modulator is punctured you must have it replaced.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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ITS NOT A SOLENOID THAT IS YOUR PROBLEM THERE IS A CLUTCH PISTON THAT IS BAD THEY MADE THEM OUT OF ALUMINUM AND WOULG CRACK THE NEW REPACEMENT IS MADE OUT OF STEEL
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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