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You have a 1993 ford explorer xlt 4 dr you put a new engine in it a 40 liter v-6 automatic and it has a like new transmition with only 1500 miles on it well the problem is non of the gears will work y?

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2005-11-10 19:11:07
2005-11-10 19:11:07

Perhaps when the engine and the transmition were "conected" something did not align properly. Did it work when you first did it or it never worked.

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