drive train on 1993 Ford E-150

drive train would not go in to reverse when engine is hot

by in Brooklyn, NY on March 17, 2011
1 answer
ANSWER by on March 18, 2011
Are you sure this is a 1993 with a 5.0L V8? I'm not showing this combination in 1993. If it is indeed a 5.0, you probably have a fully mechanical AOD transmission. This is vacuum operated. I would look for a possible vacuum supply issue. You could have an internal mechanical concern too.
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