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After my 2006 Ford Explorer Limited sits for a couple hours and then I start it up and drive, within 5mins it sounds like I'm in neutral pressing the gas and won't accelerate and the temp gauge goes the whole way to high. Then it'll stop go and go back to normal n it drives fine. What could be causing this? Sincerely, need my vehicle to work!

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You may have an intermittent problem with the transmission and should take it to a trans shop to have it checked out.

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