My 2004 Explorer XLT 6 Cylinder is having a hard time switching gears. Today service engine soon light came on, then the wrench symbol light came on. When i pushed gas pedal it didn't do anything

Asked by Nov 17, 2014 at 11:16 PM about the Ford Explorer Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Did the engine rev up and it just didn't go anywhere or did the engine not rev up? I would start with checking the transmission fluid level. The Explorer needs to be running while you check it.

It barely revs, was idling funny & I couldn't get it over 5-10 mph. Felt like I was coasting

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It could be a plugged catalytic converter? I would get the truck scanned at your local Autozone for free.

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