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Old 03-04-2008
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Icon5 Problem!!!!!

Today, I got in the ranger after school and it wouldnt crank. Turns out it was a bad battery.So, we jumped it off and I went to drive it home and it wouldnt shift into 2nd or 3rd.It will shift into them after u rev it to the moon but it only does that every once and a while.Auto Trans. Dunno what the problem is? Maybe computer/sensor trouble? Any suggestions
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Old 03-04-2008
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not a clue, i drive a manual so... if your check engine light is on, go to autozone and have them run a diagnostic. thats all i can help you with. good luck
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Old 03-04-2008
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maybe the battery caused it to go into "Limp Home" mode. I didn't think fords have that, i know chevy's do as i've towed a few home because of that
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Take it to autozone and see if its throwing any codes or anything.
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