Question about 1994 Ford Thunderbird
First of all, check your trans. fluid with the engine warm. You may only be low on trans. fluid. You can raise the car and do a trans. service. it's messy but doesn't cost alot to do. Just remove the trans pan slowly and allow the fluid to drain as you're removing the pan. Take the pan down and drain the pan and take alook of what's in the bottom of the pan. As long as you don't see metal shavings you're ok. You will see black graphite material which is the clutch materail's normal wear. Replace the filter and bolt the pan back on. Don't over tighten the bolts, just good and snug. Fill trans. back up, this should be about 4 qts of trans. fluid. Start and run, check for leaks and check to see if the trans. works better.
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