Question about 2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
We had the same problem with our truck the transmission has a factory defect it cost around 500 to fix take to a mechanic have them run a diagnostics check and the problem should pop up as a red flag
Posted on May 11, 2009
This may be because the transmission has a problem. It is trying to save itself from further damage by self-disengaging the O/D.
Please take this vehicle in for warranty service (if available) or to a trained mechanic/transmission shop for evaluation. Continued driving could further damage the tranny.
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