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Old 09-21-2012, 12:37 AM   #1
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2006 auto transmission problem 2.0 engine

i had a 2007 that did the same thing this one is doing when it had 15000 miles on it ford did not fix it so i let it go back now my 2006 is doing the same thing it has 120000 on it it slips very few times but when it shifts out some times its like some thing is holding the car back and if you press the gas down it will just about jerk ur head off does anyone know what my problem is after it shifts out it runs find THANKS weedog



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Old 09-21-2012, 05:16 AM   #2
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Fluid level?
Condition? brown, burn smell, fish smell?
Last AT filter/fluid change?
Have you had a flushed? If you haven't, don't, it's pointless. Change the filter and fluid only.
How is the other maintenance? Fuel filters are often overlooked, and should be changed every 20-30k miles. Around 80k miles I needed my coil boots replaced because being so old these caused uneven engine running. This is what is considered a plug wire in these cars- it connects the coils to the plugs. Cost is about $5-8 per cylinder.
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mine was bad valves in tranny , they rebuilt it for me..
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