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2013 Ford Escape S FWD 4dr

2013 Ford Escape
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Front Wheel Drive, Sport Utility Vehicle, Sport Utility Vehicle - 2WD
22 mpg city / 31 mpg hwy
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October 12, 2011, 12:41 pm

Wells T

Question: where is transmission range sensor located

have problem of car not starting, got a po 706 code and a po 708 code which is range sensor, but can,t find out where it is on this model, part is 7H557 it looks from ford picture to be inside the transmission, taking pan off to get to it could this be correct, don,t know of anyone that has changed one on this model it is a 6 speed automatic 4wd 2.5 motor

October 16, 2011, 8:36 pm

Tyler O

I don't have any info specific to this transmission available. Try checking the connector for water or corrosion etc. This can cause all kinds of issues. If there is any adjustment try that also.

Otherwise it sounds like you might have to drop the pan. Follow the electrical connector for the range sensor and see where it goes.

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