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Old 08-26-2009, 11:31 AM   #1
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Default shifting issues cant figure out why??

my blue ovel is not shifting right it has had problems since i replaced my trans mount. they sold me a updated mount and bracket it seamed to fit correctly but old blue is not the same. she shifts hard but shifts, sometimes my engine light come on and i have to shift it manully, boy it shifts so hard i dont think it will last like this, i have replaced my tbs,and my dss on the diff. also i checked the wiring harness it seems fine. (p.s. i dont buy any parts but from my local ford dealer.) please some one smarter than my truck needs to help i really love my old truck...

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Model year and type of tranny?

Suggest to re-inspect any electrical connections to the tranny that may have been disturbed during the mount replacement.

Recommend to pull the computer codes to see what is being flagged.
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If it is a non electronic trans, check and make sure you did not disturb the cable setting, it has to be exact for the trans to work right.
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Question can this truck have more than one speed sensor?

my truck is 1992 f150 4x4 xlt supercab 302 5.0 auto E4OD TRANS. if my truck has a speed sensor in the diff.(dss) ,does it have one on the trans. or the front. diff. or maybe behind the speedometer (vss) can this truck have more than one speed sensor ? and witch ones ? ?

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In 1992 the vss is located with the abs sensor in the rear diff. There is no speedometer cable or transfer case speed sensor, if you have 4 wheel abs then you will also have a abs speed sensor at each front hub.
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