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2004 Explorer 5R55S Transmissioin gone bad

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Old 12-07-2009, 10:10 AM
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2004 Explorer 5R55S Transmissioin gone bad

Just had the 5R55S transmission blow on my 2004 Ford Explorer at 105,000 miles. Whats up with this trans? Thanks to member Cudajim, I am back on the road again.
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