What is this exactly and will it cause my my probe to not go into gear.

Asked by Aug 22, 2015 at 06:41 PM about the 1995 Ford Probe SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1995 ford probe 2.0 manual
transmission. The car has 86,650
original miles. It starts great but wil
not drive. I can dhift through all the
gears without anything happening. I
thought it was my clutch but i recently
found that a wire harness was melted.
I have enclosed a picture of what the
part looks like. I thought it was an O2
sensor but it is on the bottom of my
transmission. Can you help me

3 Answers


First thing to to check jason is,the clutch master cylinder to make sure it has fluid,if so there is a slave cylinder on the tranny that may need bleeding or replacing.

Thank you i will try this

One more question. ( 1995 ford probe 2.0 manual transmission.) I traced the melted wire back under the car to the lower half of the transmission. It runs to a sensor screwed into the transmission. I unscrewed it took it out it has two identical green wires running out the top of it. Any ideas as to what it is?

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