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Q:My 2005 Ford Escape(140K miles) automatic transmission is not functioning. The car will not move in reverse or forward. I checked the fluid and the level is ok but the fluid smells burnt, although it is still red. It is likely I have an internal transmission problem?
A:Hello John, if the vehicle is in gear and does not go forward or in reverse it may be an issue internally with the transmission. Overheating transmission fluid is one of the causes of a burning smell. Transmission fluid helps keep the parts lubricated and cooled so that they don't get worn out and damaged. If the fluid breaks down, the system runs too hot which results in increased friction and corrosive activity as well as the build up of additional sludge and debris. If this is not taken care of, the transmission will eventually damage itself enough to break down completely. I would suggest that you take your vehicle and get it thoroughly checked by a certified mechanic before buying any parts that may/may not solve the problem.
Q:My car will start but when I give it gas it will not move in forward or reverse. Will replacing the output shaft speed sensor fix the problem? Do you have to drop the transmission to install the sensor?
A:Hello John. If the vehicle when put in gear does not go forward or in reverse it may be an issue internally with the transmission. In order to provide location information we would need to have the vehicle year make model and engine size.
Q:im looking for plug that connects to sensor on master cylinder is this it for 99 ford ranger 3.0 flex fuel
A:Hi Wambli, glad to help you! If you are looking for a brake fluid level sensor connector then it is currently unavailable online for your 1999 Ford Ranger 3.0L Flex fuel. But, if you are looking for some other plug please provide us the exact name of that part to locate this for your vehicle.
A:Hi Wambli, I'm glad to help you! You will need the BWD Alternator Connector - Part No. PT5751 for your vehicle.
Q:Is the Part that plugs in the back of the brake rotors of the 95 towncar abs.
A:Yes, this BWD Pigtail/Socket - part# PT331 can be used to plug in the back of the brake rotors of your 1995 Lincoln Town Car. For any further assistance, please visit your nearest Advance Auto store or call us directly at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) and one of our representatives there would be more than happy to assist you.
Q:Is this the pigtail that connects the Dorman # 970-012 Speed Sensor to the wiring harness on my 1992 Dodge W150? When I looked at Dormans site it's number was 119-63003. I may need this pigtail for my installation of the part I just bought from you,
A:Yes, it can be used to connect the speed sensor to the wiring harness.
Q:Is this the electrical connector for the transmission speed sensor on the 97 Ford Escort LX?