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Won’t shift into over drive only 96 ford ranger

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by David Carnahan, August 18, 2019.

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  1. David Carnahan

    David Carnahan New Member

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    Hi their I have a 1996 for ranger and and I’m having an issue with it going into overdrive was working fine last night and then now it’s not wanting to go into over drive, it will shift from the first 3 gears np at all and won’t go into overdrive only. The fluid is fine checked that and when I looked underneath at the pan their is no visible leaks did find wiring harness for the transmissionand it’s very dirty, should I try and clean that? It will hit 3000 rpms doing 80 and higher if I go faster what’s could cause this issue?
     
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  3. Mike65

    Mike65 Elite Explorer

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    David, welcome. Are there any warning lights that are on?. You might want to go to a local parts store & have them hook up a scanner & see if there are any codes in the system.
     

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