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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-30-2004, 07:16 PM
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95 ford bronco e4od tranny

i need some help,my truck was in a accident and the tranny worked fine before the accident. got my truck back from ford body shop and the tranny was acting crazy ,they said i had to be driving the truck this way.it was like the tranny was slipping and banging into gear when it was shifting, they told me since the battery was disconected for a long period of time the computer had to re-learn itself .that was not the case .i had the tranny rebuilt ,after being rebuilt it still was the same way shifting hard banging into gear.then all problems went away on its own.shifting good no banging, one year later the problem is back.and the fault is torque converter clutch slippage,the problem would come and go, i replace this tranny with a 5-month old rebuilt tranny out of a 96 bronco guess what same problem.
and we replace the ecc-(ecm) computer no change. i need help
1995 full size bronco 302-5.0 e4od 4x4
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-01-2004, 11:57 AM
 
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Re: 95 ford bronco e4od tranny

Your write-up is a bit hard to read but this is what I gathered.....You had a wreck, the tranny worked before but had issues after. Rebuilt it, same issue, replaced it, same issue. Had a period in the middle where it worked fine. Am I correct so far?

A couple of questions: Did you change the torque converter? What happened to the bronco that the 5 month tranny came out of? Did you flush the lines? By "torque converter clutch slippage" do you mean it will not go into lockup?
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post #3 of (permalink) Old 12-01-2004, 06:17 PM
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Re: 95 ford bronco e4od tranny

torque converter slippage was the fault code on the original tranny,yes the converter was change. and the 5month old tranny came from a bronco that caught fire. i just think its strange that 2 trannys from two different bronco are doing the same thing, i think i dont have a tranny problem but i dont know where to look . 2 trannys , 2 computers, is there other modules relays to look for that has some control of the tranny and how its shifts. my tranny mechanic never seen this before. thanks please help
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 02-13-2005, 09:56 AM
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Re: 95 ford bronco e4od tranny

i bought a 94 bronco 1 yr ago. i test drove it and all was fine. after about 3 weeks i had the same problem as you. my slips sometimes and bangs into gear. i can't find the problem either. it will drive fine for a week and then do it alot then go away. it seems to do it after it is warmed up or on a trip. it has been doing now for 1 yr. i've had mechanics look at it and put it on computers and found nothing. please let me know if you figure it out.
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