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1991 ford explorer transmision problem??

I have noticed that my vehicle seems to go into gear, but when I try to go, it sometimes hesitates or sometimes won't go. Also, the temperature gage is fluctuating. I just had new shocks and brakes done on it. Could my transmission be going out? It has 190,000 miles on it.

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I had that same problem and found massive power loss....
turns out my catylatic converter was plugged, i put a flowmaster muffler and a magnaflow high flow universal cat on it and now it hauls *** so hard i did blow my transmission in the mud-pit... also this is NOT a good mud-pit vehicle.

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