My guess is motor and/or transmission mounts that allow the
engine/transmission to move around when the car goes over a speed bump.
There is a cable from the gear selector to the transmission, and if the
trans can move around while the cable is held in place, the result is a gear
On Thu, 3 Jul 2014 18:53:27 -0700, "Jeff Strickland"
Being a sheathed (bowden) type cable, I doubt this is the problem.
Much more likely - being a computer controlled transmission, is a bad
electrical connection - either at the VSS or at one of the solenoid
valve connections. This is assuming the fluid level isn't low - - - -
On Thu, 03 Jul 2014 22:35:43 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Don't know if it applies to that transmission but I've heard of some
Fords having similar symptoms when some module on the transmission
goes back, it's some kind of computer box that takes readings from the
shift cable and electrically controls things the transmission does.
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