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A real, very real auto parts store should have it. I'm not talking NAPA or Pepboys. I'm talking the place where the service garages go. If you are of the friendly type you can go to a transmission shop but, again, not the major chains, and ask them to get it for you or where you can go.
Posted on Mar 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is the one that is blue in color and has an L on it for low pressure. The vapor line is also called the suction line. If your confused, then choose the larger of the two lines near the accumulator.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Trans Solenoid Pack -- in trans next to filter. Remove oil pan and 7 torx screws,loosen one wire connector bolt. $314.00 wholesale at trans suppliers. Forget the dealer. Too costly for same Bosch OEM Part
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
PO-113 Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit High Output
P-2104 Throttle Actuator Control Sysrem-Forced Idle
P-2111 Throttle Actuator Control System -Stuck Open
Without the vehicle,I won't tell you ,that you need to replace anything
The Throttle Actuator, is similar to Toyotas issuses with the gas peddle
To Diagnose what appears to be multipule issues,you need to check out the gas peddle sensors,the throttle body and the MAF Sensor,which has the AIT ,air intake sensor,part of it.
You could carefully remove the MAF and spray only with -CRC MAF Cleaner. Make sure the throttle plate moves relatively free. If you spray it,again Penzoil Throttle Body Spray or similar product
Most likely,your going to need a professional scan tool and some experience,to work out your problems.
Posted on May 21, 2010
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However, on a Lincoln site, one person stated:
"I had my tranny fluid changed which made it shift even harder. the mechanic told me to take it to Ford and have them reset the computer. So I pulled the battery cable off for a minute and put it back on to reset the computer. Now the car shifts like it should... Try this first, its free".
On the Lincoln forum, Tom stated, " the Transmission Pressure Control Solenoid Pack needs to be replaced. This seems to be a common issue on the transmission you have. There are 3 pressure control solenoids & 4 shift solenoids in one plastic part ,made by Bosch. You remove the trans pan,the gasket is reuseable silicone You remove the filter, You remove approx 7 -- T30 bolts, holding the solenoid pack & one 10mm electrical connector bolt. HPN-9L2Z7G391A about $400 for the part and add on labor. Add in some new Mercon V and filter kit and your good to go. "
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