Question about 1995 Ford Taurus
Posted by Anonymous on
First check transmission fluid level. If fluid level is low than that would be the cause. Nearly any automatic transmission that will pull without slipping, when fluid is low. If it is too low it will not pull at all. If it has absolutely no gears in all ranges forward, and reverse, than this is most likely the cause.
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