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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-23-2006, 01:42 AM Thread Starter
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ok heres my problem, when im driving the car and the trans shifts from 1st to 2nd, when it goes into second gear it, and slams into second gear, its kinda like when you floor in first gear and when it hits second gear, (still floored)
it will slam into second, i dont know what could be wrong with it, i was reading on bstuff.com that someone kinda had the same problem, and he bought this stuff called transmission seal conditioner, it sloved his problem, im wondering if Ford sells anything like this?, could you guys help me out? thanks?
if you need a better description ill try to tell you, im getting tired
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-23-2006, 08:49 AM
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Well it could be a couple of things. There may be a broken spring in the 1-2 accumulator. Or the old style aluminum accumulator may be sticking in the bore.

An additive is not the way to fix either of these problems. The pan needs to be dropped and the 1-2 accumulator assy needs to be inspected to see what needs to be replaced.

I can sell you the updated accumulator parts with springs and instructions if you want.

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I can sell you the updated accumulator parts with springs and instructions if you want.
How much? Is this just the 1-2 or do you have the 2-3 parts also? I need to get this done soon and figured it'd be cheaper to buy the parts myself and bring them to the dealer.

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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-26-2006, 09:10 PM
 
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Well it could be a couple of things. There may be a broken spring in the 1-2 accumulator. Or the old style aluminum accumulator may be sticking in the bore.

An additive is not the way to fix either of these problems. The pan needs to be dropped and the 1-2 accumulator assy needs to be inspected to see what needs to be replaced.

I can sell you the updated accumulator parts with springs and instructions if you want.

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I'd like more info on what you are talking about.

My car slams into gear at part throttle or full throttle, I plan to drop the pan, want to know what to look for, and where to get the new parts.

Is there a place I can buy a valve body ready to drop and go?

I also notice some times the trans shifts slow.
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I sell complete valve bodies and valve body kits as well and I have parts for both the 1-2 and 2-3.

If you guys need anything just give me a call at 317-514-0816

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-27-2006, 04:44 AM
 
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I might give you a call, I need to get my pumpkin taken care of first.

Whats a valve body normally go for? I don't want tire chirping shifts and I don't want stock slowness. I really don't want to play with the checkballs either.
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