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1996 ford thunderbird engine appears to run ok but tranny won't go after it warms up. Replaced tranny and same issue. Could this be related to some sensor or egr valve

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  • supalmer Apr 03, 2011

    well tried to even disconnect the exhaust before cat. converter and no change so we know its not tranny not egr and not tranny oil cooling problem any other suggestions

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No this type of problem check you radiator cooler system maybe stuck due to oil flow if possible go to scanner and read data for the oil temperatue thank you

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  • supalmer Apr 03, 2011

    not oil temp so also tried disconecting exhaust before cat. converter and that didnt help either

  • wong kuok kiang kiang Apr 06, 2011

    any fault code from your tranny if have let me know the code , try by pass the cooler hose ,dont go to radiator cooler ,wait for you respond thank you

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Did you replace the torque convertor or have it tested.?
I would get the ECU for engine,trans and body checked for any logged fault codes.
Get back to me with your further findings.I will check for info this end.
I hope this helps.

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