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post #1 of 7 Old 12-09-2004, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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Bang Shift and no fog lights

What do I do,Searched the threads and found 2 things tps sensor and unplug battery cable.

Any other ideas?

Fog lights just quit working switchs ????

Idon't know.

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With my 94' I had insanely hard shifts and it ended up being a torque converter problem, changed that and the fluid (with 160000miles) and now its good as new. The hard shifts may be from the tranz going to a high pressure mode and a temporary way to fix this, pulling the battery cable to clear the code until it comes back and you have hard shifts again.


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Thanks for replying,Is that convertor something special?
or the same as an f-150 or truck with a e40d?

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post #4 of 7 Old 12-14-2004, 03:52 PM
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The lightning converter is lightning specific if I recall correctly. The stall speed is 1800 rpms. The fog lights is probably a fuse, the fuse is under the hood in that black box. I think it is on the drivers side but its been a while since I looked under the hood of mine. Also, for the hard shifts, it could be a problem with the sensor in the rear end. Is your speedometer acting up or is your abs light flashing???

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Anything that makes a E4OD unhappy will make it bang shifts,mine needed a manual lever position sensor to make it shift smooth.Also it likes to have the fluid level set a bit high,as in at the "full hot" mark when cold idling in park.
make sure you have no fault codes.
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This has cause a lot of probs. in the E4OD.
MLPS.
http://fordfuelinjection.com/files/Ford_MLPS.pdf
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First thing you need to do is disconnet the battory for at least a 1/2 hour. It takes the trans codes the longest to clear in the computer. As stated before. These trannys will let you know if something happened it did not like. Mine will go in to Limp Mode everyonce and a while. I just disconnet the battery and everything is good to go. Best of all its free.
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