Having problems with your 1998 Ford Explorer ?

1998 Ford Explore will not move in reverse works great in fwd

\015 I need to know witch of the six Solenoids on the valve body is for reverse. and could this be the problem. thanks\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-09-2021

Answers :

What engine?
\015\012do you have a 4R70W TRANS OR 5R55E?
\015\012What is trans code on label on driver door opening or door?
\015\012Do you have manual low? That is pulling shift lever all the way to "L"
\015\012You should have dealer run diagnostic self test for fault codes?
Reverse takes much higher pressure to operate.
\015\012If you have manual low, it is likely low/reverse clutch that's bad. That means overhaul.
\015\012\015\012\015\012\015\012\015\012Reverse Clutch Assembly \015\012\015\012 \015\012\015\012· Seals, piston damaged
\015\012\015\012· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.
\015\012\015\012 \015\012\015\012· Check ball missing or damaged
\015\012 \015\012\015\012 \015\012\015\012· Friction elements damaged or worn

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