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#11 of 292 2000 ranger 4x4 transmission slipping
Jan 24, 2007 (8:08 am)
Hello, I'm new to this forum and this problem! My ranger is starting to slip between 2nd & 3rd gears, it has 61,000 easy miles on it. the local transmission shop said it's a common problem for ford's 4.0 (5r55e transmission) there is a service kit (ZM-203)and a new valvebody separator plate (7Z490) that needs to be replaced. Does anyone know where I can get this kit and how hard is it to do myself, they wanted $1750.00 and the print-out they gave me showed 2.2 hours labor, I work maintence in a factory so I have very good mechanical skill's, Thank you in advance.
#12 of 292 ford ranger transfer case
Jan 24, 2007 (4:08 pm)
does anybody know how to get a 1994 ford ranger pu 4x4 out of 4wheel drive? I think it's the little drive motor on the transfer case as I tested the button to the computer. Is there a manual way to get it out of 4wheel?
#13 of 292 Ranger auto trans fluid
Jan 26, 2007 (8:24 pm)
I am thinking of changing ato trans fluid (Mircon V) in 2002 Ranger What brand names are good to use? Any do's or dont's or should or should not. Wal Mart fluid OK?
#14 of 292 83 ford ranger 4x4
Jan 27, 2007 (9:44 am)
DOES ANYONE KNOW WHY. MY MANUAL 5 SPEED.
IS STUCK IN SECOND GEAR.
#15 of 292 87 Bronco II, transmission not engaging
Feb 24, 2007 (7:16 am)
truck belongs to my son, he was stopped and heard a pop sound come from under truck. The truck would not engage after that point. It is a push button 4x4 with auto trans. I have been told maybe the solenode went out. does anyone know how to bypass this or manually shift the transfer?
#17 of 292 02 Ranger Transmission Problems
Feb 26, 2007 (7:43 pm)
I have an automatic 02 Ford Ranger with about 72,000 miles on it. I noticed a couple weeks back that there was a clunking/knocking sound coming from underneath. Went to check and found the noise to be coming I guess from the transmission case. Took it to a mechanic I thought I could trust and he replaced the transmission converter (I'm not sure if that's the actual part.) He said there was a possibility that the solar shield gear was getting loose, and this was due to the fact that I have a 4inch lift and 33 inch tires. What do you guys think? Are my oversized tires messing up my tranny? Additional symptoms to the truck are on neutral, if the clunking sound is not there, you revv it up to about 3,000rpm and let go of the gas, as the acceleration goes down you then hear the noise. I also started noticing it when stopped at a stoplight, and is consistent once the truck has been running. All this developed AFTER I got it out of the shop. This was all today. Before last weekend the clunking/knocking noise was minimal and not consistent. He's charging me $521.95, by the way. I've only paid him $250 as of yet. What to do? Thanks guys!
#18 of 292 Re: 02 Ranger Transmission Problems [yourallthesame]
Feb 26, 2007 (8:23 pm)
Sorry, not a transmission converter... I meant Torque Converter
#19 of 292 trans front seal ford ranger
Feb 27, 2007 (8:57 am)
Front seal on tranny leaking want to try replacing my self any info would help money tight to take to a shop
#20 of 292 Changing Entire Transmission
Feb 27, 2007 (10:40 pm)
Just wondering how complicated it is to change my entire transmission myself? Thanks!