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why would you think it has bands?
old cars, &relics,. had all bands, and the maker got rid of them 1 by
1 , down to a low band (most 1 band cars now , have auto adjusters)
they did this to make tranny more narrow, and to make them stronger
to get rid of having to muck with them over and over, service steps just not really needed. (a top goal , now and by EPA) no muck no leaking to ground water, bla bla bla./
the 30/32RH had bands,
my guess is you are reading books for old cars and thinking this applies to now.???
the 42RLE has clutch packs, that are behind a PISTON that
is 100% auto adjustable.
why not post symptoms, theses transmissions are complex
and is shifted by and electronic brain
did you scan the PCM to see if there are TRANNY DTC errors yet.
that be first after checking fuses.
That is a typical RPM at that speed for most 6-speed 4 cylinder engines. The reason for this is that they have a much lower power output at lower RPMs (due to lack of torque), and the engineers want for you to have SOME acceleration to get up little hills.
Manually shift thru all gears up & down the scale. Try adding Motorcraft Additive Friction Modifier, available from Ford parts dept. This REALLY STINKS!!! Don't get any on you. Pour into trans fluid. Drive a few miles shifting manually thruthe gears, then do a normal start stop drive several times. This will luburcate trans, normally used for differential but has worked in automatic transmissions of all makes for years. Otherwise mechanical problem for transmission repair facility.
try disconnecting the battery for 5 minutes or so, press the brake pedal with the battery disconnected. after 5 minutes reconnect the battery and start the car, DO NOT TOUCH THE THROTTLE/ gas pedal for about 5 minutes. perhaps this will recalibrate the computer. good luck, hope this helps
This is definitely the Blower Motor Resistor located near the Blower Motor. It is defined with 3-4 wires going into it. It is easy to remove and replace. Purchase the part at the auto parts store versus at the dealer to save you a lot of money.
hav u done your needed maintenance like checking oil level-itz done with engine going in park also shift cable needs ajusting or solenoids on the electronic models if alot of miles then a rebilt is posible am tired and its late-try testing the tps sensor 1st has to with shifting***