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I have a 1994 ford taurus that when put in drive it takes off in 2nd gear. If shifted manually from 1st to 2nd it shifts fine.Range selector switch and VSS have been changed.Any ideas? thanks

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Check your fluid level, if it is low it can cause shifting problems. Also, your fluid may need to be flushed and refilled.

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