It shifts and seems fine but when i am going up a hill it bucks and seems like its slipping. It should stop with gentle pressure!! Need less to say I moved to another spot that was more level. With proper maintenance, these transmissions should last well over 100,000 miles. You may post sale items for free in the Classifieds section. Consumer took vehicle to dealer several times for this problem, and was told there was nothing wrong with the vehicle. I have a great picture if someone can tell me how to attach it.
Also consider that the transmission could have been abused by the previous owner who then changed the fluid in a forlorn hope that fresh fluid would cure the problem. They told me leaks are common and they will do nothing about it. Transgo has a nice shift kit that eliminates that 2-3 flare issue - but the kit won't fix a tranny that has already blown something in hard parts. Run in drive, you can split the 3 gears with overdrive, and you can lock-up the converter in any of the gears. Found hundreds of complaints on internet regarding transmission problems with Ford Rangers and explorers between 2002 and 2004. Do you think this theory holds water?? The owner told the dealership to fix what ever necessary, and the seal was not fixed. Had to manually shift down to be able to move vehicle off road.
· Wrong component used in rebuild · Verify that correct components were used. All this depends on how mechanical you are and how much research you are willing to do, you may decide to repair the trans yourself. This will almost ensure that you will have another repair needed right after the 1-year warranty is out. During the test drive I did notice hard shifts both up and down from 1-2-3 and 3-2-1. Thanks for all you help hope you can reply Mike Phil Feinstein 1-21-04 It sounds to me like you're losing line pressure after it warms up. The pieces wil stay if you're very careful.
First and foremost, do not let a shop do a soft parts fix only clutches, servos, and bands. If the bushing needs to be replaced, you need to make sure the replacement bushing will fit in the center of the bellhousing. Thanks for your quick response! Both sensors were cleaned prior to this. Is there a good stick that bolts up? However, a slight amount of contact is acceptable. This includes numerous valve body and internal modifications. The adjustments you had me do will accomplish what I want out of the transmision.
It features an automatic transmission. I don't know automatics well enough to say exactly what the problem is. The cam position Sensor was bad, replaced. When it does re-engage, you can feel it sort of thunk or lurch a little. Honestly I think it got worse in two weeks of sitting in my driveway. I don't want to scare you off, just let you know that shit happens and be prepared to make alternate driving arrangements. Well I to have the same problem but my computer states that my 2nd gear syncro is out.
The valve body on the C-5 has several new valves and an added timing body where the filter would normally be found on the C-4. The vehicle has been in repair shop twice. Lately though, when he comes to a stop, it seems to disengage from Drive and he has to fiddle with the gear shift lever by shifting into different gears and then back into Drive to get it to re-engage and move. When it shifted into 2nd, the transmission slipped really badly. I'll be driving down my road and while going around a turn, the clutch feels like it randomly disengages, so when I press on the gas, it feels like I'm revving my truck in neutral, and then it will all of a sudden get back into gear, violently a lot of the time. A drop in line pressure and you get erratic 1-2 shifts or bad shifts beyond second. I seen on this site awhile ago something about a fix for the heater control door, I have a 1996 Ranger and all I have is Hot heat and cannot cool it down with the temperature control.
I'm assuming the one closest to the pan. Second defect: automatic transmissions does not shift correctly will even get hung up in a gear; causes heavy vibration upon braking. My next sep is the O. It's only when I let out on the clutch, then push it back in to shift into first is the difficult part. Installating was about 10 times faster than the removal. The ability to produce five forward gears is by improved software control.
The could not find the problem. I've ruled out general pressure problems because the other gears aren't indicating slippage. Here lately, it's been getting a little worse and it's started slipping from 1st to 2nd if I accelerate too fast. I'm also ruling out a sensor malfunction because this is the only gear that launches the code. The problem is usually from 0-25 mph. At its strongest off-road race application , these transmissions are holding up to V6's making in excess of 300hp.