Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
Do you mean a Lock-up torque converter ? if so yes ford made electrically lockable torque converters since 94 ( all torque converters are hydraulic activated ,lock-up is proformed using a electric solenoid ) , but only certain transmissions made by ford had them , decode your vin number on left corner of dash to determine if you have E4od transmission or 4a400 model these have solenoid
I ask this because to my knowledge only race cars use a LOck out converter (aka "transbrake") for very high hp startss
Posted on Apr 18, 2015
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