What does it mean when my car dosent want to put in the gears when its on automatic and say check transmission and when i drive on stander it puts in 123 and dosent want to put in 4so has to goto 5th

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Asked by Aug 24, 2014 at 11:29 PM about the 2001 Lincoln LS V8

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Start by checking your transmission fluid level. Then for color and smell.

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The car dosent have dipstick

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And i did the transmission oil change and filter change as well and its doing the same thing

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There's a computer that controls the transmission. Try this trick. It couldn't hurt. Unhook the battery for about a half hour. That will reset the computer. I hope that works.

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Will try it thank u if i have futher questions will ask thank u

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Good luck :-)

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Didn't work does a 2000 lincoln ls tranny fit on a 2001 Lincoln ls

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It should. But to be sure ask the guy at the parts place to cross reference it for you. That way there's no question.

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