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09 AWD Transmission issue


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#1 OFFLINE   newact1

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Posted 25 February 2014 - 07:37 AM

Hi all, having slight issues with my A/T in the cold climate.  Something the dealer will have a hard time diagnosing as it happens so randomly.  During cold mornings such as today -10C (14F) the transmission felt like it slipped.  I approached a stop sign, didn't completely stop and then turned right. The transmission felt as though it was in neutral and then kicked into gear.  This happened last winter as well where I would roll to almost a stop, then accelerate and have no power until the transmission found its gear.  Even when its a short complete stop and then start again it tends to happen.  I've driven this way my entire life with no issue.  Is this typical of the tranny on this car? I wouldn't think so.... the car has been maintained with regular service intervals at Ford.  

Thanks in advance for any advice!



#2 OFFLINE   kmiller

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Posted 09 April 2014 - 07:08 AM

I had similar issues but was not weather related. Ended up needing a new transmission range sensor






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