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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have reverse but no
have you checked your transmission fluid on the dipstick under the hood? if so,then it should be full. look at the dipstick carefully to see the full level make sure if have to add fluid to the transmission that it is fomoco transmission fluid.if you have any doubt about the product,get a sales tech to show you which fluid you need for a ford transmission.there is a difference in the fluid.the whining sound you hear is from the transmission,you may have a leak.check where the vehicles parked for fluid on the ground,it will be red in color.if you do not see red fluid on the ground and the transmission is full of fluid,please repost your question with all the above information,such as full of fluid and reverse only. you may have a leak,which if fluids on the ground will tell you that much.but if it's full of fluid,then that's a different issue altogether.hope this helps and thank you for choosing fixya.com.
Posted on Apr 15, 2011
SOURCE: 2005 Ford Escape - have awd. When i encounter bad roads, the 4wd light flashes. It resets it self when i shut off the ignition; however my abs light has never come on and their were no error codes o
Usually it means there is a component of the system that is not working. It could be a sensor or mechanical problem.
You'll probably need to take it to a dealer or major shop to get it tested.
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
Sounds like a ABS problem. Brakes are nothing to guess on. Take it to a shop. Sears or midas are good with break issues. Your average garage will just throw parts at it till they stumble upon the problem.
Posted on Sep 01, 2014
Failed Transmission & need to rebuild it,
is more likely than a simpler fix
I say that based on the 10 years it has been in service
Posted on Nov 24, 2014
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