Question about 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
I'm assuming a manual transmission--check the fluid level in it. There is a removable plug on the side of the case. If removed, stick your finger in the hole far enough to bend it down a little, pull it back out and see if the end is covered with a thick oil. If not, it may be too low to lube properly. You can put more in yourself, but it's pretty messy--take it to a lube shop and have them top it up. If the above doesn't help, it is probably time to service the internal parts in the transmission.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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