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2004 Ford Focus with P0767 code Shift Solenoid D Stuck. Replaced solenoid and problem is still there. What could be causing my delayed shifting with overdrive light blinking?

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Please change the intermediate band, its a piece like a belt, may be changed removing the transmission end plate at the driver side, just unbolt the engine mounts for the transmission end get dowm somo inches and remove the end plate, there is the iintermediate band and can be changed so. sure the yours is broken... GL

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SOURCE: shift solenoid

sorry only manuals sold in spain,havent a clue

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SOURCE: overdrive Problem

inside the transmission...i doubt u could repair it yourself....

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SOURCE: shift solenoid not engaging overdrive which

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SOURCE: 2003 Ford Focus: Pulls Codes P0751, Shift Solenoid

Sounds like you need to cover basics first. The battery cables are clean and tight? Are all the wires in the battery cable at the battery making a good connection? Sounds like a common problem and is in the service bullitins is that the ground wire attached to the battery cable end that goes to the body and then to the transmission case bolt has failed to provide a good ground and the acuators and servos and even the switches have'nt a good path to ground ( their is one but it's though other controllers and the power isn't strongly grounded. I f you were following a dianostic tree of good and bad the ground is the number one cause of your problem. Don't fix the old grounds just add new ones. and then clear codes and test it again. Oil leaks near the transmission to engine connection were found by me everytime that I was assigned to this set of problems. Ground corrected and the car was fixed.

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2003 lincoln ls harsh reverse...transmission has been rebuilt with new solenoid pack & taken to dealer to reprogram pcm!!!!!!!! wat else is left

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