Question about 1997 Ford Taurus
My 1997 Ford Taurus Sho will drive normal after driving for awhile but before it gets all warmed up While driving in Drive the car seems like it doesn't want to shift properly. I can drive in first and second just fine but while in drive it acts like it doesn't want to shift until after i've driven for a while
Sounds like the transmission is failing, have a local trans shop diagnose it.
Posted on Dec 25, 2017
May need a filter and fluid change or possibly a rebuild .
Posted on Dec 26, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you Had the transmission fluid checked? It sounds as if the transmission is slipping in these gears which would point to a fault within the bands. To have a problem like this repaired could cost as little as $200 or as much as $1700 depending on how much needs to be done. Was the replacement a second hand transmission? If yes then did you have a warranty period with it? Let me know and I will get back to you as i am about to seek out a manual for this.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
Pull the distick and smell the oil. If it's discoloured (black or dark brown) you know the transmission friction plates are burnt and needs a rebuilt.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: transmission error code P1750
Might be really simple - but EXPENSIVE! I had a similar fault - apparently the first planet set breaks up. Cure - a new box. Price - crippling!
Don't be tempted to skimp on the box. Get a rebuild from a reputable supplier. A s/h box will set you back around £5-600 in UK where a rebuilt (guaranteed) will be more like £1800. The thing with the cheap box is it costs about the same to fit but you don't know how good it is till it's too late! Then you're still shopping for another but you're £600 lighter!
Also, you could be buying other faults. If the speed sensor has had a problem - the box will change badly (snatching) and that will be another £250 where the expensive box will have ahad one fitted!
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
well the low cost way to go first would be to try and change the trans fluids. If the problems still remains the it may be an internal problem
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
Sounds like you have a solonoid out in your transmission. No simple fix for this. You will more than likely have to drop the transmission to replace solonoid.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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