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Ford Expedition, Transmission, SUV
#202 of 263 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 263 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 263 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?
#205 of 263 Re: Transmission jerking when coasting [sutton5]
Oct 22, 2011 (3:32 pm)
Replacing the plugs does fix the jerking problem you feel when coasting on the highway. Have a professional or dealer replace the plugs. The plugs on the Triton 5.4L break often. I had all but two plugs break on my 2005 Expedition 5.4L. Don't replace the plugs yourself unless you know what you are doing. I had to buy a broken plug removal tool to get my plugs out. The tool costs around $100 just by itself. I can see why the dealer charges $700-$800 to replace the plugs on this truck.
#206 of 263 Re: Silver Slivers in my Transmission Fluid [tcrado]
Oct 24, 2011 (8:59 am)
The problem is in the fact that the silver slivers have been flushed around the entire transmission system. They will eventually clog up the lines and cause other issues within the transmission. They are pieces of aluminum (non-magnetic) and usually the valve bodies are aluminum so you probably will be looking at a new or rebuilt transmission. You can try doing a fluid and filter change but may want to have a shop remove all the fluid instead of just the 5 quarts from dropping the pan.
#207 of 263 transmission stall
Oct 25, 2011 (4:05 pm)
my daughters ford expidition turns on ok, but when i put it in drive the engine shuts off. I have been told the transmission is messed up. The thing is that if i put it in gear while i step on the brake and gas at the same time the truck takes off just fine, but when i get to a stop sign or traffic light it shuts off. Could that be a sensor or is the transmission messing up. If anyone can help it would be very apreciated thank you.
#208 of 263 Re: Silver Slivers in my Transmission Fluid [cob]
Oct 26, 2011 (4:41 pm)
Thank you for your response. Very helpful.
#209 of 263 Re: 2000 Ford Exped - Jerky/shuddering acceleration [mlh2]
Nov 04, 2011 (5:26 am)
I would like to know what was wrong with it too. My EXP is doing the same and I am going to start by changing the Auto Trans Control Solenoid. But I would like to know what you did to fix it.
My EXP. is stalling when you give it gas at 35 to 50. The engine even backfires. If I mash it to the floor it run fine . But between 35 and 50 if you just give it enough gas to maintain speed it starts the jerking and the tach. falls and then jumps back up.
Nov 04, 2011 (1:51 pm)
WILL NOT GO FORWARD WAS DRIVING FINE.GOT UP TO GO WORK WON'T GO, COULDN'T GO TO WORK BACKWARDS,IS THERE A RECALL ON FORD TRANS?
#211 of 263 no recalls yet?
Nov 06, 2011 (12:53 pm)
Ford had tranny problems since I can remember. I had a 62 ford fourty years ago, and its the same problem wont go forward now I have 05 its the same problem dont you think its about time for perfection? I called Ford and complained they took my information and vin# and said theres not enough complaints for a recall everyone should call you will be reimbursed if you usede Ford to do the work on your vehichle heres the # call and complain 1800/232/5952