Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
It could be a failing shift solenoid, the shift solenoids are in the valve body. You would need to remove the pan of the transmission, drain the fluid and replace that particular solenoid, but that may not be the only problem with it. It could be the the wiring harness inside the tranny or several other things that would set that code. You shoukd have it checked out soon. The more you drive it with a problem the more it could cost you, because you could be damaging more parts inside of the tranny like clutches, drums and band.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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