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Old 01-03-2014, 12:48 PM   #1
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Noise when shifting in to park!

I have a 2000 mustang v6 automatic and today I started it up after it had got down to -10 degrees that night I moved it into my garage and put it into park and it made a buzzing noise for about a second so I put it into drive than park again and it did it again it was only started for about a minute from start to park so it didn't have much chance to warm up. I am just worried any input in appreciated
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Not so sure about what it could be, but I've had some shifting problems in the past couple of days as well in the extreme cold (-10 to -20). My guess is just the transmission position sensor got really cold. Try starting it, letting it warm up for a while and then shifting. See if it still makes the noise.
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After it warmed up the sound did not come up again so I think im good thank you
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Yeah, sometimes after a couple of years things on a car won't be able to run super smooth in harsh conditions. But not a problem!
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