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Rebuild or replace your transmission. Don't fall for any "quick fix" stories. I've been at this professionally for over 20 years and I'm here to tell you, there is no magic cure for reverse being gone. By the way, T'Bird SC is quite the car, worked on quite a few (and driven) - nice!
Posted on Jun 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i found with mine there was a bar that ran up to the carborator from the linkage that was not secured properly once i hooked it up my trans shifted better but i lost some performance so the bar is a governer of sorts.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Dont pay a penny for that manual ! Go to : www.ford.fleet.com
Click on 'Maintenance' then click on
'Owners Manuals' and fill in the questions
about your trucks make & model.
There will be a list of documents that comes up and it will tell you how to save the document.
You can also just click on the document you need, and it will come up in a new
window as a PDF. You can save it to your PC from there and print it.
I also saved my manual to my 'Favorites' bar for quick reference.
Also, if it doesn't load then you may need to get a free Abode Reader at www.adobe.com
Hope this help, I had the same problem with my Exp. Sport Trac, and having the manual solved all my problems!
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Should be in the power distrubution box near the battery. Also, there is a fan control module mounted on the right radiator support towards the top engine side
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
Trouble Code 13 indicates that the exhaust stream oxygen content sensor (O2 sensor) is not responding as expected. When cold, the sensor is 'biased' by the ECM to about 450 millivolts. Before it warms to at least 600 deg F (315 deg C) it acts as an open circuit and when the ECM reads it, it reads the 450 mV bias. The ECM expects the sensor to warm in a short period of time and begin sending its own voltages.
The link above is for code 74-77.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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