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NEED HELP transmision Problems.

Alright I think my Transmission just took a dump. When I was going in reverse out of my driveway I heard a big cur plunk and no more reverse. I could go forward but when I put it back into reverse nothing. What do you think it could be?

Alright tell me guys how bad is it. give me an estimate to how much I might have to pay to get this fixed.

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ok so my dad thinks its the reverse belt or something is there such thing or is that not whats it? has anybody experianced this? replys would be greatly appreciated
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http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/...=146953&page=2 will take you right to the reverse clutch pack. Interesting reading, dunno how much it'll help you.

Best I can do. I believe you have a 4R55E, according to this: http://www.therangerstation.com/tech...AutoTrans.html

Reverse band is not adjustable, so it sounds like something broke.

No idea what a tranny shop would charge. I'd look for a used tranny and replace it myself.
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Thanks for replying. Should I just do a complete rebuild while they have the tranny off or should i just fix whats broke?
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There is no belt, per say, just a band.

And that is probably what broke. Take it to a couple of reputable transmission shops in your area to check it out. Make sure they don't give you the run around, you know.
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Has anybody have this happen to them? would AAMCO be a good place to take it I've heard there pretty pricey
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