Question about Ford Focus
It very well could be a faulty shift sensor, ford is bad about putting these sensors internally on the transmission. I would reccommend taking it to a shop with the proper computer so they can go into the vehicle's computer and test the shift solonoid in the transmission. If that is working probably, the clutch between first and second gear could be getting a little wore out, once it heats up it swells up and could be acting properly then.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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