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Experience:  19 years Ford Lincoln Mercury experience
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Any tips on a ax4n rebuild I have the tranny removed and the

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Any tips on a ax4n rebuild? I have the tranny removed and the book. The guy I bought the car from said it wouldnt go into gear unless he warmed it up and reved it up while slamming it in gear and that would mostly work in forward and reverse. The fluid didnt really smell that burnt. Its a 1997 taurus with 150k miles.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  John Mc replied 7 years ago.

Hello, I am John, a Ford dealer technician.

I hope I can help solve your problem quickly and accurately.

 

I answered a question for you the other day. First off if you are unsure of the overhaul procedure for this transmission buy a manual from http://www.wittrans.com/ It should cost around $25 and be worth every penny. These books are just for the trans so there is a wealth of information in them. As I told you before, look at the forward piston, look it up in the book, and you will find your problem.

 

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Expert:  John Mc replied 7 years ago.
Yes this is the correct part.
Customer: replied 7 years ago.

Po743 code mean anything?

Expert:  John Mc replied 7 years ago.
That is a tcc solenoid circuit failure code. It is usually caused by a bad tcc solenoid but can also be cuased by the internal trans wiring, the external wiring or the pcm.