New problem: Yesterday, the car started running a little rough. Today, it got REALLY rough, feeling almost like it was going to stall while idling. Then the Check Engine Light came on. I plugged my code reader into the DLC, and got the code P0174, which means: System too lean (Bank 2). That could explain the rough idle. First off, which is bank 2? Is it the driver side with Cyl 5-6-7-8, or passenger side with 1-2-3-4? You'd think Cyl 5-6-7-8, but with Ford, who knows? Does anyone know what would cause one bank to run lean? I cheched the fuel pressure last week, and here's what I got: With the engine off, key on, 37lbs, the Haynes manual I have says it should be 35-45, engine running, 30, should be 30-40, and engine running with vac hose off the pressure regulator, 40, should be 40-50. Anyone's input on that? Where should it be? Also, as I have stated, I think there is something wrong with the transmission, possibly only with the torque converter. I get a tinfoil-like, vibrating noise when it's in park or neutral, but not when it's in drive. I crawled under the car when it was running and making the noise (P-Brake on, and wheels chocked, of course), and it sounds like it's coming from the area where the torque converter is. Maybe something's broken in the torque converter? If I replace the converter, what should I replace it with? I've heard to replace it with one from a Lincoln Mark VIII, or is there an aftermarker one that will work better? Anyway... I'm rambling. Any input would be appreciated. Also any suggestions on how to ger it to perform better would be appreciated as well.