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Re: 1994 Ford explorer
Normally there is a rod down the steering column which has a lever in the engine compartment. The lever hooks to other rods that move the transmission's gear shift, which in turn in the inside hooks up to another lever which pushes the valve assemly to the right position so the the fluid moves through this valve assembly thus causing P R N D L In some cases there are 2 D's One is filled in in white. At least that is how I remember it, but will look at the manual tonight.
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This a repair for a transmission shop. Sounds like the pumps are bad inside the transmission. Thats the worst option I have.
It also can be a poor shift linkage adjustment. And the last solution can be the speed module that tell the transmission when to shift.
Goodluck! I hope this helps!
It is possible that the shift linkage is out of adjustment and is going into neutral and not making it to Reverse, try moving the gear selector slowly from park, through reverse to Neutral, and see if it will go into reverse somwhere in between. If this does not work ,you may have Reverse gear failure, a common problem with explorer/ranger transmissions. unfortunatly it requires rebuilding the transmission
yes, if the vehicle is still taking all gears then thats a good thing. check to make sure your getting the right fuel pressure at the engine, check all fuse and relays, check the transmission fluid, check to make sure its at the proper mark, check for the right colour, should be reddish colour, check for a burnt smell.
I have a 1994 Ford 4x4 6 the trans has starting to act funny when cold won't go in drive for about 5 min, also takes a long time to change gears after gets warm. I'm changing fluid and filter to see if that will help.. Any help is much needed thank you firstname.lastname@example.org
Why don't you start by getting the correct linkage. Maybe the tranny you replace is not exactly the same one. No difficult to replace, some of them have adjustments so maybe you might be able to get away with it, by adjusting it properly. Ensure the tranny is in the park position when adjusting, if properly adjusted, all the other gear shift should fall in place.