the car is usually traveling between 50-60, its wet out(raining or snowing) when it happens. May only happen once in the morning and maybe not for a week, then when its snowing and traveling 50 drop out 6-7 times. The car has over 230m, it started happening at 199m
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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis Question: Like another questions it seems the transmission drops out for a second,
Answer #1asksteevies March 05, 2014, 13:24Master
keep going ,trans is probably going
Answer #2Independence Auto (106 Answers) , New Hope, MN - (763) 400-8690IndependenceAuto March 05, 2014, 14:04Journeyman
Not enough info. But if you are moving that fast it is likely not second gear. Could be a failing overdrive clutch, TCC lockout solenoid. Torque converter, or an electrical issue. If the check engine light is on that may help.
ReplyDank72, March 06, 2014, 06:39Rookie
the engine light does not come on, not even flash. Had ford run the codes the same day it happened and they said they didn't see anything wrong
Answer #3ziptie12 March 05, 2014, 20:30Master
your described conditions almost sound like hydro-planing , not trans. does the symptom occur on dry roads?
ReplyDank72, March 06, 2014, 06:37Rookie
you're right mostly when it wet out but it still happens on dry pavement. it may run for weeks without anything happening then on a rainy day 6-7 times, but if I'm 65 and above it doesn't seem to happen