i have a 97 ford taurus,the problem with the car is that,it take a while before it engages gear 2 and above.its not a cold thing because even when the engine heats up and i get to a slow traffic

Asked by Dec 05, 2014 at 10:06 AM about the 1997 Ford Taurus

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i have a 97 ford taurus,the problem with the car is that,it takes a while before it engages gear 2 and above.its not a cold thing because even when the engine heats up and i get to a slow traffic once it disengages it becomes a problem engaging the gears,fluids and filter were recently changed.what could be the problem here??

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Could be worn clutches or torque convertor in the trans itself. Time for a rebuild if that is the case.

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