gear swift in an automatic Ford Focus 2002

Asked by Oct 14, 2015 at 05:34 AM about the 2002 Ford Focus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i am driving a ford focus 2002 and recently noticed that it drags between 90-
110 and doesnt make a smooth shift in between gears is it a ford problem or
do i need to send it to repairs ? it is a second hand car and was been serviced
3 months back

4 Answers

104,205

90 to 110 MPH or KPH?

yes 90-110 KPH...

104,205

It seems like every tranny is having solenoid problems, this is what yours sounds like, they get a little age on them and they start to get sticky, sometimes a service with a quart of TransX helps but usually you still windup replacing the assembly. So have a tranny shop check it out, better spend some money on it now then wait and spend a bunch later. HTH

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thank u so much for ur help ... ur the best

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