There is a trans I'm looking at buying that came out of a 2001 Ranger 4x2 and he said it fits a 2000 and a 2001. Could that bushing be allowing a little trans fluid to get by the output shaft seal, and I don't think it's supposed to hold a lot of fluid back. When I took it in they told me I need either a new transmission or to have this one rebuilt and that the warranty would cover the cost. Ford has updated the part. I never once chased gremlins nor was it always in and out of the shop.
I've got a trans going south in my 98 Ranger 2. I drove to work, I called around and that is a trouble condition on the transmission, I said on the tranny it only has 73 thousand miles on it. In fact it's happened on several occasions. Towing, heavy equipment or item hauling. No matter your situation, low credit high credit, good credit. You might be able to swap the bellhousings but i have no idea what that would take but I am sure others will chime in.
However, the shudder is still there, although it is not as harsh as it once was. I said oh, so I do more digging, and from what I gather, Ford knows there is a problem with this. Even once it's warm, whenever you stop, it's the same thing, you need to rev the engine up to get the trans to grab. Have you check for engine codes? I really find that hard to believe! I took this vehicle to a local Ford dealership where they indicated that the obdii system was registering 3 different codes having to do with the powertrain system. It's definitely going to be something I'll need to know a little before I drive a little bit to go check this thing out. Thanks for any and all help you can offer! Lastly, I had to replace the transfer case, which was bad when I bought it but didnt care as I knew it was going to be a good little truck.
I would like to stick it to them in their tail pipes, because they stuck it to me!!!!!! I thought maybe I had hit the accelerator by accident and had a co-worker watch as I cranked up the truck in neutral. I did screw up and put on new tires with Only a 2 ply sidewall. There was 34,000 miles on the first transmission she replaced. Records, they said there was nothing they could do. I'm not sure how it's supposed to be setup around the tail shaft-to-drive shaft spline. I have asked the dealer to replace them to no evail. Records, they said there was nothing they could do.
The current mileage was 66,100 and failure mileage was 65,800. He advised that they can tear it down for 350. That same day the alternator went and left me with a dead battery. These cars sit for a long time and dont get moved very often. Thanks for any and all help you can offer! The vehicle has been to the dealer twice regarding this failure.
I've found what could be a great deal on a trans, but I don't know if it'll work. This mechanic has confirmed that the transmission needs to be rebuilt, but also commented that he is seeing more of this happening with this particular transmission model in this vehicle. They said 'you should not drive the truck. He also noted that the trend is that between 30-40,000 miles is the range at when this problem happens. I was misinformed by another forum then.
I would highly recommend Wholesale direct motors and will continue to come here for my automotive needs. So they just catch rust. Other than that its turned out to be a great running truck for me. Ford has had on going problems with trans. Her ability in making me feel comfortable and assuring me my needs were met was her main concern, impressed me.
Well I took it to a well known transmission place for it to be looked at and they said it's being caused by an incorrect 3rd gear ratio. She's someone I trust unconditionally. I contacted Ford, and spoke to heather, and needless to say she said that it was only my that has the issue with the transmission no one else does. I contacted Ford, and spoke to heather, and needless to say she said that it was only my that has the issue with the transmission no one else does. I've read so many conflicting statements on this. This versatile yet small truck still drives strong after 12 years of everyday driving in the city, on the highway and off-road in the woods in North Idaho.
She has also talked to the representative in dearborn mi. That's why I'm coming here to try to get all the info and advice I can. While driving between 50 and 55 mph, the transmission automatically shifts into neutral and the engine revs. I have taken it into the dealer about 3 times for rough idle and have been turned away saying the cannot feel anything and that not to worry because its still under warranty. I just wish I had the 4.