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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-30-2011 Thread Starter
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1994 Mustang V6 - AODE Slow First to Second Shift

I have a 94 mustang with a V6 and a OD auto trans.

It is slow to shift from 1st to 2nd gear.

I have replaced the fluid and filter but it did not help.

Any suggestions ??

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Is it slower than usually, or it just started shifting slowly? I mean, clutch packs do wear out, but the transmission were not all that fast to shift into gears anyway.....


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It is slower than usual.

If you start off easy it will rev to between 3000 and 3500 before it shifts. If you take off hard it may go to 4500 rpms.

If you let off the gas after about 3000 it will finally shift.

All the other shifts up and down seem fine.
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seems normal to me
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seems normal to me
no, with light throttle it should shift just before 2000 from 1st to 2nd

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no, with light throttle it should shift just before 2000 from 1st to 2nd
+1 Mark!

To the OP -- what fluid did you use when you refilled? Did you drain just the pan (5qts), or the torque converter too (10-14qts total)? Were the slow shifts always there, or just after the fluid/filter change?

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WOW there's been a crapload of 94 95 AODE tranmission problem threads lately!

The beginning of the end for my 94 AODE was it threw a CEL and started shifting 1000 rpm higher for all gears at part throttle and WOT. About 200 miles later it went out completely.
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