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2004 freestar when in D is acting like it is in neutral. Same result when shifted into R. After setting overnight, freestar drives perfectly. What could cause this intermittent problem?

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Open the hood and look to your left,to the rear at the top of the firewall you will see a large harness going to a computer module.Disconnect the large harness an look for any corrosion,remove corrosion and reinstall the harness and waterproof this connection as Ford did not do a good job waterproofing this area.
Hopefully this will cure the problem you are having as it has for others.

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