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Old 02-09-2008, 14:17   #1 (permalink)
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SOS for explorer 99 gear shift problem

Hi all,
My wife is dring a 1999 explorer (auto shift 4*2) today, and found now the RPM is too high at 4000rpm for just a 30 mph, it is at D drive position, she did not know what happens, and I am in China now, could anyboody know how to deal with it?
I just doubt that maybe it is the shiftlock actuator make sense, anybody knows whether it is and how to turn off it?

or it is the problem of the control computor? can I restart it by loose the power cable and connect again?

thanks a lot.

And anybody knows the colse dealer at St louis?
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