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#195 of 262 2005 Ford Expedition Limited whining sound
Jul 11, 2011 (12:04 am)
I have a 2005 Ford Expedition Limited with 72k miles. My extended 5yr/75k mile warranty just ended in December 2010. Last week I noticed my car whining when stepping on the gas. It makes a weird sound when in gear also but in neutral there it is quiet. The more i give it throttle the louder the whining sound gets. What is this problem? Transmission, planetary gear, torque converter, etc.? The dealer will only take care of 50% of the bill. They're charging me $800 just to drop the transmission and diagnose it. Anyone have or heard of this problem?
#196 of 262 I have a 2001 ford expedition eddie bauer all wheel drive 5.4 engine and w
Jul 12, 2011 (2:56 am)
I have a 2001 ford expedition eddie bauer all wheel drive 5.4 engine and when taking off it feels like it is missing a gear, then 50 to 60 Kph it downshifts hard also with clunking sounds, it feel you step on the break really hard and it will pull to the right then before it comes to a stop it will back to normal or you will feel the transmission shift dowm. I only have 98.000 click and we hardly used it. Please help. Thank you...
#197 of 262 Re: 2005 Ford Expedition Limited whining sound [eb6]
Jul 12, 2011 (8:14 am)
Be happy they will pay 50%. My 2004 EXP XLT with 113,000 the truck just stopped going one day with no warning would not take off from a stop sign. Bearing failure within transmission gearset cost $2800 for a full rebuild. At least I now have 75,000 miles in which to destroy it again and get a free (ha ha) rebuild. Than it will only be $1400 per transmission.
#198 of 262 05 ford expedition
Aug 30, 2011 (11:17 am)
i have 05 expedition i drive really good and its shift nice, i get to over drive its dosent engage.
its any body knows.
please respond. thanks
#199 of 262 Re: 05 ford expedition [zeev1]
Aug 31, 2011 (9:06 am)
It may be the O/D shift solinoid in the transmission is not working. Ususally the O/D off light will blink if it is an internal problem in the trans. Also check to see that you don't have the O/D off by pressing the button on the end of the shift lever.
#200 of 262 Re: Joew3 [joew3]
Sep 01, 2011 (2:11 pm)
I drive a 2007 Ford Expedition EL. It has been having problems "getting going" when I try to take off at times and its getting worse. This morning as I drove off the parking lot, it turned off and the engine sign turned on. After resting for 10-15 minutes (while I waited for roadside) I attempted to start and it started without a problem. I have also noticed that when and if Itry to take off from a stop, it "jumps" and the peddal goes all the way to the floor and then it "fixes" itself and I drive off. I have taken it in for this reason for fear I might get into an accident one day and was told there was nothing wrong with it. I am a woman and am easily brushed off at the dealership and would like any advice you have to give in order to arm myself with some knowledge when i go to dealership.
#201 of 262 Re: Transmission jerking when coasting [klpjr]
Oct 08, 2011 (3:31 pm)
My 2007 with 87,000 miles just started doing this same shuttering at 45 mph. I can't decide if it's a transmission problem or a coil/ignition type problem. Anybody ever figure out what it was?
#202 of 262 Re: Transmission jerking when coasting [ch155249]
Oct 11, 2011 (6:29 am)
Could be either, at some point it should give you a CEL that can be read. Have you had the tranny serviced at the regular intervals? You should be just about due for your third service.
#203 of 262 Loss of transmission fluid
Oct 18, 2011 (8:30 am)
I recently aquired a 1999 XLT 4WD. It would shift noticably hard into the next gear and the person I bought the vehicle from said it had a "shift kit" installed. 6 months later, it was acting sluggish to get up and go. I knew something wasnt' right and turned around to go home, didn't make it. I loss all my transmittion fluid in the street. I can tear apart a manual transmission but have zero experience with automatics. I can do the labor if I had ideas on a direction to go. I can read a manual, then perform the task.
Can anyone help me with a direction to go?
#204 of 262 Silver Slivers in my Transmission Fluid
Oct 20, 2011 (12:13 pm)
I have silver slivers that are not magnetic. I lost transmission fluid and it was coming out of the torque converter section. What are the chances of the silver slivers are from the torque converter and if so, what are the chances the transmission is still in usable condition?