Can an automatic with a transmission going out or slipping or something, lose neutral gear all of a sudden and go into drive?

Asked by Mar 13, 2016 at 05:08 AM about the 1994 Ford Taurus LX

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Anything is possible. Check the fluid level first. If all is good, might be time for a rebuild. BTW: The taurus automatics were not very robust and surprised you haven't had issues till now. If the transmission is indeed ready for replacement, I'd scrap the car, only worth $1K for a clean example.

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