Question about 1995 Ford Explorer
Had the same problem with a 1987 Olds 98. Had to replace the trans vacuum modulator. Remove the hose if you see fluid that could be your problem.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
It can if you have a tranny/ engine oil cooler. Im, doubtful that you do, but Ive seen dumb stuff like that. You would have to have a severe input seal/ crank seal problem for that to occur. Check your cooler lines. maybe they've been hooked up wrong.
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