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Old 08-27-2005, 09:33 PM
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Got another Ford truck in the yard!

We just bought my daughter's 94 Explorer (2WD, automatic). It needs tranny work, though. From what I read here, it could be a fairly easy fix. I posted in the Explorer forum, but wondered if anyone in the Merrimack Valley area had any suggestions for a place to look for a good, used tranny.
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Old 08-27-2005, 09:52 PM
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We just bought my daughter's 94 Explorer (2WD, automatic). It needs tranny work, though. From what I read here, it could be a fairly easy fix. I posted in the Explorer forum, but wondered if anyone in the Merrimack Valley area had any suggestions for a place to look for a good, used tranny.

Hmmmmmmm. That seems to br the norm with those. I'm looking at a 98 with the same issue..

I hope you can make the meet tomorrow

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Old 08-27-2005, 10:00 PM
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Ha, I got a 91 explorer (my uncles actually) in my backyard with tranny problems too. I think it doesn shift to 3rd...probably that stupid A4LD tranny. I did a search in that Explorer forum and came up with about 15 Pages full of "Tranny problems". Yikes.
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