Question about Mercury Mountaineer
Mechanic replaced twice. Found computer switch blown replaced that. Now it slips out of gear when going abut 20 to 35 mph.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes....check your fluid level. It sounds low. Does it do it in a turn when you step on the gas as you are turning, slip?
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 Ford 500 SEL with
First check and confirm that transmission fluid is not leaking or got low.If its low then make it full.Also see if the filter is clogged or worn our or very old.If it is then replace the filter.
The filter is inside; you have to pull it out and take it apart.
There are also many other facing the same problem,In some cases the transmission needs to be reprogrammed as the computer to transmission is not getting detected.In some cases the transmission needs to be rebuilt .
Get the transmission assembly scanned and retrieve the codes and replace the part as per the codes.
Get it checked.Keep updated.Thanks.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 1998 Ford
Does not matter what your told
You have to diagnose the problem
The TPS may have something to with
shift stratagy & on a 1998 may be worn out
by now, if original. Only testing it will tell
It won't have anything to do with changing gears
Torque Converter Clutch you can feel
separate from shifting
If you ride the brake pedal, you disengage TTC
Lock-up & pick up a few rpm
If the trans is all original, just pull it & rebuild it
If has been replaced, you could clean the valve body
& work on checking out the shift solenoids
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
SOURCE: 2004 vw passat wagon
Unfortunately this is not uncommon and I hate to tell people bad news but the problem is in the transmission. It sounds like the reverse is not locking in like it should. There is a pin inside the transmission that is supposed to lock it in place when you shift to reverse but that may have rounded off or seared off which would cause your problem. A clogged filter will also cause this issue. If you had that transmission back flushed, the normal method used today by shops that cost around $140 or so, then I can tell you for a fact that it needs to be rebuilt.
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
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