Question about Ford Taurus
There's a Transmission Range (TR) Sensor on top of the transaxle housing, attached by linkage and cable to the gear selector. There is also a metal shaft that runs down the stearing column that often breaks Check the linkage and cable to see if they are broken
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
Check to see if your linkage is working properly. If the linkage is all in tact, you could have a clogged filter/screen. To fix this, the tranny will need to be drained, the screen cleaned, and the fluid replaced. If this doesn't take care of the problem, a more serious condition exists and will likely need to be diagnosed by a transmission shop...could be several possible problems. Hint, usually, if your screen is clogged, the condition tends to improve once your engine has warmed up a bit.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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