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Old 03-08-2013, 03:39 PM
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It's a 50 mile drive to a Ford shop, so I don't get it scanned very cheaply. I have another MLPS to try, but it's a bit ugly to climb under the truck these days. As long as it works good most days, I won't worry about it.
BTW, I just put the trans in it a month ago. The original one blew the forward clutch housing. I changed the filter and lube, and checked what I could inside, everything looked like new. Somewhat surprised to see there is no way to adjust the bands..........
If you have a more local chain store auto parts store....most will scan your codes for free. Maybe that will help you, maybe not??

Was this doing this before the recent tranny work?
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Old 03-08-2013, 05:48 PM
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Any town with a parts store has a Ford dealer too.
Was it doing this before the trans swap?...Well, the original trans only lasted a few weeks, so I don't know. It was the wrong weather to make it act up.
I put a whole transmission in it, electric controls and all. It was out of a smashed-up wreck, with less than half the miles that mine has on it.
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