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I have the same problem on a 1996 Ford Taurus. If I shift from neutral past drive to to L or the D next to L it stays engaged. It is almost like there is a hydraulic laek that is over come at a higher RPM. Don't drive it like that with the transmission slamming into gear. Try to find a place you trust. I have seen references to known problems with Forward solenoid valve leaking because of a bad clip ring. There is a TSB for this.

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Q: What causes a 95 Ford Taurus transmission to neutralize when stop and burns off after revving the engine This happens sometimes and is not consistent?
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