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2003 explorer: loose or bad connections at the trans or is it

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my 2003 explorer 5r55w has these codes;po732, po735, and po775. could these codes be caused by loose or bad connections at the trans or is it something else?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Earl replied 7 years ago.


These codes are very common on the Explorer transmission. The most likely cause is a broken over drive servo piston. The repair involves removing the transmission disassembling and having the bores for the overdrive and intermediate pistons releeved. What happens is the aluminum bore in the transmission becomes worn and causes the piston to bind which leads to the piston breaking.

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