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Old 04-09-2010, 05:42 PM
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I got a code saying P0732. Something about wrong gear ratio for 2ng gear. I've never seen this before. What could be happening and is something going on I don't know about or could go wrong? First time I've had this shown.

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slipping in 2nd or no 2nd.
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Old 04-11-2010, 04:39 PM
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I got a code saying P0732. Something about wrong gear ratio for 2ng gear. I've never seen this before. What could be happening and is something going on I don't know about or could go wrong? First time I've had this shown.
Ford tech manual says 2-3 shift error because of SSA, SSB, or
internal transmission components.
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Ford tech manual says 2-3 shift error because of SSA, SSB, or
internal transmission components.
What's the SSA, SSB?
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Old 04-12-2010, 03:42 AM
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What's the SSA, SSB?
shift solenoid <a> shift solenoid <b>. in my experience it is never the solenoid but i guess it is possible. what year do you have? if it is the 2001 model that is the same code mine threw when the mechanical diode went out, if so you need a rebuild, sorry.
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shift solenoid <a> shift solenoid <b>. in my experience it is never the solenoid but i guess it is possible. what year do you have? if it is the 2001 model that is the same code mine threw when the mechanical diode went out, if so you need a rebuild, sorry.
It's a 2001. Mechanical diode. Can that part just be replaced? Maybe it was a fluke thing. I'll have to check my codes again tonight and see if I get it again.
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It's a 2001. Mechanical diode. Can that part just be replaced? Maybe it was a fluke thing. I'll have to check my codes again tonight and see if I get it again.
you can just replace that part but since your in there it would be wise to put all new clutches and any hard parts that are worn.only the 2001 models came with this type sprag and it never last's too long, i would almost guarantee this is your problem. this part is in the middle of your trans and will require complete disassembly to get to it. even if this isn't your problem now, it will be in the near future, not a single one has went the distance. sorry
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I hope it will last me quite a bit longer until I can afford to fix something with the trans.
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DON"T continue driveing it. If that is what is wrong, it can hang up on moveing parts and blow a hole in the case..
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That wouldn't be good. I'll check my codes again later today and see if I got it again or not.
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