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Old 11-18-2013, 10:31 PM   #1
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1995 GT Transmission

I have a 1995 GT with transmission issues. It's an automatic and when I am in Drive it will only shift to second and when I leave off the gas it's seems to slip in to Neutral. We replaced the neutral safety switch and the transmission filter and didn't seem to help much. Got any other ideas? Our next plan is to rebuild the transmission.
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:48 PM   #2
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I have a 1995 GT with transmission issues. It's an automatic and when I am in Drive it will only shift to second and when I leave off the gas it's seems to slip in to Neutral. We replaced the neutral safety switch and the transmission filter and didn't seem to help much. Got any other ideas? Our next plan is to rebuild the transmission.
I have a 94 that had similar issues. I always rant and rave on this fouroum about the AODE transmission. Stock honestly it's a pice of s%#& and I swear to god without a tune the computer doesent know when it's time to shift. Mine started slipping to. My dads frien rebuilt it for free but the parts were $1000. It has a tone done to it and since then I also put s b&m super cooler on it and b&m ratchet shifter. Everyone tells me it must suck to have an auto mustang. My AODE is a beast now. If I could go back in time I would have done a t5 swap from a totaled gt. If your serious about rebuilding it yourself pm me and I will send you my invoice for what parts he used. Only downside is mandotory fluid change every year with synthetic atf only and motorcraft filter. Also put a high stall b&m tourque converter in while it's out and replace your rear main seal on thr motor. I wish you luck.
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Old 11-19-2013, 01:38 AM   #3
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Also if you have someone that has a quality obd1 scanner with live data functions id look over all of your vehicles input sensors. Make sure your not getting any abnormal readings or low voltage readings out of any of the engines input sensors. Any bad data that was input to the computer from a weak and or failing input sensor will cause abnormal behavior from the trans as well.
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Old 11-20-2013, 08:20 AM   #4
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Sounds like rebuild time. You could always upgrade to a 4R out of a V6 but that'll require a standalone controller like the US Shift or just get a manual valve body.
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