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You mean when you turn OFF the Over Drive the problem goes away?
What you are actually doing is this, the TCC Solenoid is being turned off and the shuttering stops, that means your TCC has an Issue and is kicking on and off, on and off, on and off... There is 2 EASY ways to fix this. First you are taking a shot in the dark, second will fix it for the long run.
(a) Service your Transmission, new Filter and New Fluid. this will take care of the problem 50% of the time
(b) Service your Transmission with a new Filter and New Fluid and while you have the Pan OFF... REPLACE THE TCC Solenoid (One 10mm Bold holds it in place) and then finish the service,. This will take care of the problem 99% of the time.
I just did this to my 2002 Expedition and fixed the problem. Solenoid is available on Ebay for less than $40. you have to know how many BOLTS hold your Transmission Pan on. But it will fix your issue
Posted on Feb 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Ford Expedition wont start
On the engine there is a tube that supplies fuel to the fuel injectors, on that tube there is a valve, like a metal tire valve, this is the fuel pressure test port, you will need a special guage to check the pressure that screws onto that valve, Kragen and other parts stores sell this test kit, it is very inexpensive, about $20.00, but cheaper than having a shop do it for you, if you do the test and you have no pressure while cranking the engine then your fuel pump is bad, the pump is in the gas tank, a big job and dangerous due to chance of fire if you are not cautious.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
truck needs to be scanned for the codes,most major parts stores will do this for little or no charge,get back to me with the codes and we'll go from there
Posted on May 15, 2009
The one with the turnsignal intergrated into it?
Push the Mirror FORWARD, up close to the pivot poit there is a small torx head screw - unscrew that.
At the tapered end carefully pull/pry down. That end has a small metal spring clip that holds it up, be careful with it, if it snaps, you can NOT by a new one...
Posted on May 18, 2009
Take some WD40 and open the doors and spray a liberal amount into each of the door latches. Then open and close the doors firmly several times. This will work most of the time to unstick the ajar switches.
Posted on May 24, 2009
Could be fuel or electrical related. Since you may not know the history, this may take a while.
Any amount of smoke from exhaust? White, Blue, Black?
Start with most obvious and inexpensive:
1. Fuel filer clogged (replace fuel filter).
2. Could be the ECM (Electronic Control Module). It controls the ignition spark timing.
A few other things... consider other expert solutions...
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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