drove great to town ran in the store when i started it up it idled fine but put it in gear it dont want to excelerate .any ideas

Asked by Jan 22, 2015 at 09:03 PM about the 2002 Ford Explorer XLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Can you rev the engine at the throttle body? Is the cable connected between the accellerator and the throttle body lever? Or, if thats ok, does it have a throttle position sensor code stored? You would need to read your codes at your OBD II connector using a reader from the parts store perhaps?

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You can also google pinpont tests at the throttle position sensor, and use a DVOM. Inspect the connector and connector and sensor pins.

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All that is good it has no power changed fuil filter spark plug wires 02 and cleaned coal pk cleaned trans conection the codes are for the tork converter

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You have power loss and torque converter codes or trans code ? Google pinpoint tests. If you cannot get what it says, try also enginecodes.com for info. Call Ford, get advice after Oasis. be ready to supply VIN #

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Its showing tork converter codes

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must be a monkey mobile, what does george barris think about it, hahaha

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