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My 96 explorer has perfect reverse. when put into drive, low 1 or low 2 after about 30 to 40 minutes it will engage into drive. then shifts excellent and works fine

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Check fluid if it sounds like its slipping thats bad stop driving your trannsmission is going bad

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I have a 98 Tacoma 2wd automatic w/2.4 truck runs excellent,shifts perfect and does not slip any going forward,but if I park and have to back out it takes a second to engage reverse but it will engage


You do have a problem then. Slow reverse engagement can be the sign of a failing transmission. Use reverse as little as possible under as light a load as possible. If you have never changed the fluid and filter in the transmission do that as well, it may help. Also verify the fluid level is correct hot fluid check.

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Does it shift to 4wd high range ? If so then shift to 2wd . What is going on here is the transfer case motor is stopping due to the motor position sensor has gone bad which means that you replace the transfer case motor assembly. But if you wish to make it a 2wd for awhile then remove motor and manually turn shaft . This can be done by raising and supporting rear axle truck in park remove motor turn shaft slowly with pliers and rotating the play in drive shaft. There are stamped markings on back of case showing gear positions..

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alot of times when engaged on the fly or disengaged on a slope the shift control module on the transfercase can stick. try to re create the terrain when it was engaged and put it in reverse hold the brakes and shift out of fwd let it roll a few feet, stop completely put it in drive. that should pop it out

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1st off has the tranmission fluid and filter ever been replaced? Do that first.

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My explorer drives fine no trans noise it shifts good, but when you first put it in drive it takes a few seconds to engage any idea?


low transmission fluid level is main culprit,handbrake on start engine then select reverse and check oil level .The second main problem is a worn front clutch inside the gearbox which will involve stripping the gearbox to renew the clutch plates

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Try at full stop in neutral switching to 4 wheel auto ,give it a few seconds and if you don,t here it engage try putting it into reverse and then back into neutral and then into drive. If still dosen,t work tranny switch is likely sticking . service or repair.

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Not knowing what type of 4wd engagement sytem you have, this is a guess. Maybe vacuum operated, look for a cracked or disconnected hose.

Or do you have manual locking hubs, that have to be turned manually?

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