Question about 2007 Ford Sport Trac Limited
There has been a few concerns for this condition and Ford has come out with a Service bulletin to replace the shifter assembly, unfortunately the parts are only covered under the base warrenty and extended warranties, your truck is out of base warrenty by time and I see no extended warrenty for your truck on the Fords computer, here is a copy of the service bulletin with the part numbers for the shifter, if you want instruction to replace the shifter, let me know.
INTERMITTENT CONDITION - SHIFTER REQUIRES MANUAL OVERRIDE TO GET VEHICLE OUT OF PARK - VEHICLES BUILT ON OR BEFORE 11/14/2006
Publication Date: June 12, 2007
FORD: 2006-2007 Explorer
2007 Explorer Sport Trac, Explorer Sport Trac
MERCURY: 2006-2007 Mountaineer, Mountaineer
This article supersedes TSB 07-11-12 to update the production fix date.
Some 2006-2007 Explorer 4dr, Mountaineer and 2007 Explorer Sport Trac vehicles built on or before 11/14/2006 may exhibit an intermittent condition where the shifter may require the use of the manual override function to get the shifter out of park. This condition may be caused by chemicals migrating from the shifter lubricant, and being deposited on the shifter switch contacts.
Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition.
NOTE: THIS TSB SHOULD BE PERFORMED ON 2006 VEHICLES AND 2007 VEHICLES BUILT ON OR BEFORE 11/14/2006. THIS TSB DOES NOT APPLY TO VEHICLES BUILT AFTER 11/14/2006.
- Check the electrical system and make sure the shifter is getting power from the BOO switch (actuate brake to confirm switch signal is getting to the shifter assembly).
- Confirm the wiring in the shifter is okay (connections are made, no cut wires).
- If there are no issues with wiring or other electrical components, follow Workshop Manual, Section 307-05, Removal and Installation of the Transmission Selector Lever and Selector Lever Cable Adjustment procedures to replace the Transmission Selector.
PART NUMBER PART NAME
7L2Z-7210-A Transmission Selector Lever (6R60)
7L2Z-7210-B Transmission Selector Lever (5R55)
7L2Z-7210-C Transmission Selector Lever (6R60 - With Leather Rap)
7L2Z-7210-D Transmission Selector Lever (5R55 - With Leather Rap)
WARRANTY STATUS: Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage
IMPORTANT: Warranty coverage limits/policies are not altered by a TSB. Warranty coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part.
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