Question about 1997 Ford Explorer AWD
Happens when putting reverse or while in drive until i give it gas
Partly plugged filter gives the transmission a buzzing/whirring noise. as the car warms up noise will go away .
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like a deep seated electical fault, i would recomend you take it for a computer diagnostic
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
your Transmission is controlled by a cable on the mustang. it could have Came off of the transmission. it just snaps on to a lever on the transmission. or the cable broke. other wise it came unhooked from your shifter.
Posted on May 05, 2009
First,look for an fashion transmission shop that will do REAL transmission filter change,
DO NOT use the quick flush machine.
It will kill a good working transmission.
1/2 hour before your appointment,add a can of Transfix (blue can) to free up the particles and lube the passage.
Drive gently, and pass though all gears when there is no traffic,.
Ask the shop to blow out the trans line + cooler.
Use Amsoil ATF if you can handle the price,
Do rear diff lube.
Check + lube WORN OUT universals.........
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
SOURCE: when i put my 2004
Sounds like a bad U-Joint.
On this particular truck this is bad news.. unless someone has already replaced the factory ones once.. as the factory ones are pressed in you may need a special tool to get the old ones out.
A driveline shop may be able to do this for you.. and check with the Ford dealer for their repair procedure.. many folks have simply had to replace the entire drive shaft with new U joints.
They will be aware of the issue.. have them check service bulletins etc.
You can have someone check the location of the noise by keeping your foot on the brake.. placing the truck in gear.. and giveing it a little gas.. putting strain on the drive train.. shifting back and forth.. rolling a foot or so.. repeat.
The other things to check.. Motor mounts.. and transmission mounts..
Motor mount.. simply observe the engine with hood open.. and rev it up a little.
Best of luck!
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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