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2005 Ford Expedition Transmission will not move in any forward gear. It will move backwards. I just replaced the transmission speed sensor. It still will not move forward. Background- drove it to Jiffy Lube for an oil change. After oil change the vehicle started to get sluggish in Drive. Within 15 to 30 min, it would no longer move forward in any gear. Reverse works great. Jiffy Lube checked the transmission fluid.....thats all they did to the transmission.

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I assume that it is an automatic transmission

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What engine is installed?

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