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2002 Ford e250 5.4 transmission silnoids a, b, and tourqe converter silnoids are not working and the trans wants to go forward in all positions PRNDL. The shift linkage works and the engine seems to be in limp mode? Any thoughts?

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That trans is a fully electronic transmission, and cannot work just from the shifter. ( its just a park awl, and a switch to tell what gear to go to) its stuck in a forward gear, if all solenoids are out, it may be a computer issue, or wiring. check electrical connections to the trans

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