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I have changed trans 3 times in my 98 ford expedition and it goes out within a week. I was told there is no line pressure. How can I tell if its stuck in limp mode? What do you think the problem is?

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Your shop is not honest or incompetent if they changed 3 transmissions and they only last a week. The front pump of the trans provides pressure. Limp mode is determined by the PCM is has no bearing here.

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If you have been using it like that for a week or more
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Google the question
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I would think you would have gotten the codes &
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My 98 ford expedition has a rumble when I go over 45 mph sounds like grinding and the whole truck shakes I was told it might be a trans problem any suggestions


Have the people that tell you things actually ride with you

You probably know more than they do

If you have no vehicle experience at all, then you will have
to pick up someone at a shop & take them for a ride

You could have transfer case problems
Drive Shaft
Wheel Hub Bearings

If the trans was that bad you would know it

It may be a problem & not work correctly, but to shake
the truck, I doubt you would be here or using it

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I have a 1999 ford expedition 4x4 with 163,000 runs great gets regular maintenance. This morning i noticed the truck running weird. The rpm was getting up to 3 to shift at 30 mph. the truck was warmed...


There are no new transmissions avail

Their only new one time off the assy line

Transmissions or rebuilt locally or remanufactured

Could be the solenoids inside the trans pan
otherwise the trans is slipping

I wouldn't use it at all untill resolved

Ten miles of driving with any slipping you will ruin it

There is no reason to do something not needed or over charge
you or any other thing if you educate yourself & ask questions
& be at these shops & ask for proof of what is told to you

Do not go to a dealer,then you will be a victim of fraud & over charged

Any trans shop will want to rebuild it whether it needs it or not but
that is where you have to go.

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If you get under the truck the wire harness connector
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You will see it most likely near the tail or back end of the
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It will be the only sensor that is not connected

Why not have the shop do that?

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No

Don't worry about draining the converter

You can change your fluid 3 times, if you like

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