Question about 1997 Mercury Sable
With the car off, check the level of the trans fluid, then start the car, and check it again to see if the level has dropped. This will indicate whether or not it is pumping fluid. If there is no change in the level, then you have an internal mechanical failure. If the level does change, you need to check your front halfshafts to be sure they are ok, it either axle is broken, car most likely will not hold in park. If the level checks ok, and the axles check ok, unplug the transmission, this will override the electronics internally, and put the trans in failsafe mode, if it moves then, you def have an internal failure.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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