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Q:I just posted a question about a transfer case motor and stutter and jerking on acceleration in a 2007 Sport Trac and was told to see a certified Mech. I carried it to a mech. a few weeks ago and was told it might be a torque converter, but I can't find a listing for a converter for my truck anywhere on line. My reason for asking about the shift motor was to arm myself with info for the next mech. I take it to. I'm not a mech but I do like to have a little info so I don't go in blind. thank you
A:Yes, Wilbur! It does sound like the transmission is slipping/stuttering for some reason. It could be the torque converter also not operating properly. A transmission flush could take care of minor transmission concerns especially with the torque converter. I hope this information will help you when you check with a mechanic. To answer your question on the torque converter for your 2007 Ford Explorer Sport trac V8, I did some research and located a compatible one for a 6R60 Transmission. The part is - Dacco Incorporated Torque Converter - Part No. F75. It shows not an exact an fit for your Explorer but the manufacturer Dacco show the part as an exact fit for a 6R60 Transmission of 2007 Explorer V8. I would go with the manufacturer's fitment information as it is more accurate than the other sellers. Here is the link for this part -
Q:Is this the part that causes roughness and stutter when overdrive is engaged and the tranny is upshifting under standard acceleration? 2007 Explorer Sport Trac with V8 automatic.
A:Hi Justme! tricky question! The transfer case shift motor and or even the TCC (Transmission Clutch Converter) solenoid may be the possible cause of the problem on your Ford Explorer Sport Trac. However, the answer to this is perhaps more complicated than you think This needs a mechanic's expertise to determine. I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not solve or be the problem.