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I have a 2004 ford e250 van and my transmission is not shifting while in drive its not going past 10 mph and i have changed all the sensor/ and the rear sensor could it be the ECU module i also have replaced the transmission

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Most likely cause is the speed sensor. If it is not working the transmission does not know when to shift.

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