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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-10-17, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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2004 Ford Territory Gear Selection Problems

Hi I have a 2004 ford Territory and having some problem with my gearstick I put it in drive back to pull it back harder to put it in drive and when I put it in reverse have to pull it back a little bit halfway between neutral and reverse and when I put it in the setting where you can change gears manually it won't select it and sometimes it when I put it in drive it's in neutral on the dash don't have to put it back in neutral again then pull back hard to put it in drive is anyone know what's the problem

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-10-17, 09:57 PM
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Re: 2004 ford territory selecting gears problem

You need to replace the transmission inhibitor (neutral safety) switch on the passenger's side of the gearbox (this: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/GENUINE-F...UAAOxyLN9SgDVv) . To do this you will need a tool to press out and then press in the pin that attached the cable end to the rod/shaft that goes through the switch from in to the gear box. This is the official tool External selector shaft Pin Removal Installer for TRANSMISSION Ford BTR ION DSI | eBay but this much cheaper and works equally as well EZ Red PPT13 Roll Pin Remover for Clutch Cylinders | eBay You can also use a chain link tool like this Motor Bike Timing Cam Chain Cutter Breaker Rivet Tool | eBay The first time I did one I used one of these type of tap handle pullers with a panel pin (small nail) but it was an almost 3 handed job holding the panel pin on the end of the tool; I wouldn't recommend it. Haron Tap Handle Puller | eBay Don't be tempted to use a hammer and punch as you will bend or break the shaft and you will need to dismantle the trans to replace it.

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