I have a 3.0L V6 1996 Ford Taurus that recently experienced a transmission failure, after having an intermittent problem where itwould drop out of gear at low speeds. I went ahead and had it rebuilt, and bit the cost, only to have it do the exact same thing it was doing before the next day after I picked it up. It's an intermittent problem where at low speeds the car suddenly drops out of gear, and won't go back in unless I move the shift lever or rev it up really high. The problem is, both time I took it back to the shop, it ran fine, and they couldn't find anything. Now, it won't go at all. It acts like it goes into gear when I shift, but all the engine does is rev up, and the car goes nowhere. I think this is electrical, and so does my tech (he said something about a sensor "over pressurizing" the transmission), but I haven't been able to get it fixed and now my only car is down. Is there something I can do to work around the problem till I can get it fixed, or am I stuck? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have a 3.0L V6 1996 Ford Taurus that recently experienced a transmission failure, after having an intermittent problem where it