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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Car wont move.
Could be that your linkage is broken and just looks like it is shifting or a bad tranny module or tranny but i would look at the linkage and see if it is hooked up to the tranny.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
I was looking under the hood, and noticed that i could hear air rushing around. I found that a vacum hose had decayed and cracked. After i replaced that, everything has been fine
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
I suppose you mean that there is oil on the floor where it is parked. It's the same as a Ford Taurus, and I suppose you have a 3.3 engine. Lack of oil in the transmission means that it won't go anywhere. If you fill the transmission with fluid, it will leak out again, but you might be able to drive the car - hopefully to transmission shop to fix it. If the car will not drive with fluid added, then it will have to be taken for repairs. What I do when I have a car that won't drive (and has driven to where it's parked) is to add 2 quarts of transmission fluid and then see if it will move. Normally this works & I can move it into my garage for work. Sometimes it takes 3 or so, but thats usually for full size or pickup transmissions. Rick
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 MERCURY SABLE
My 2000 Sable starts blowing hot air about every 6 months. I mean like an oven. All I do is disconnect the battery negative terminal for about 5 minutes. After I re-connect the problem is solved. This solves many problems on this car, it just needs a re-boot. It must be powered by Microsoft (ha ha). Good luck. ps my auto headlamps never did work right either. Dave.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
First check the transmission fluid level. If the car is cold it should be on the bottom line or other cold indicator in the transmission dip-stick. If the fluid (transmission oil) is within specs try giving it a tune-up. If the fluid is low you obviously have a leak. It could be leaking from the transmission pan gasket or the fluid cooling hoses that go to the radiator. Let me know what you find.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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