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Does it down shift appropriately when accelerating? Normally when you stomp on the gas while in a high gear (travelling at 40mph), the transmission will downshift to a lower gear giving the car much more torque. This can cause the car to jolt or jerk forward and accelerate suddenly.
If this is way off base and you\'re experiencing something else, please let me know
Fuse 32 is the solenoids for the transmission. If your shift solenoid is bad then that could blow the 15A fuse and also cause the transmission not to shift to the next gear, thus preventing the vehicle from exceeding 40mph. Electronic automatic transmission problems can often be rather difficult for an average person to diagnose. I suggest taking the vehicle to a professional who has the proper diagnostic tools to find and fix the problem.
I had the same problem on my 03 ford sport trac. Come to find out my valve cover gasket was leaking oil into the exhaust. I didnt believe it at first but my catalytic converter(s) got plugged. It gave no codes.