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I have a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer. The transmission went out and I replaced it, but the transmission that I replaced it with is doing the same thing the old one was doing. Can really use some help!

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  • Marvin
    Marvin Dec 20, 2010

    This transmission is computer controlled what fault codes do you have in memory?

  • gerry bissi Dec 20, 2010

    what is it doing? WHen does it fo it? CFold? Hot/ All teh tiem? etc? Need as much background as you can provide.

  • JOHN LAPIER Dec 20, 2010

    what was the old one doing pier_j

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