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So I got this car a 2001 Taurus se 150,000+ miles back in January and since then I’ve changed the belt tensioner, the belt, the cam position sensor, and most recently the transmission range sensor. She’s not running right I can feel she’s not downshifting or slow to down shift when I’m slowing down.(or maybe I’m just not noticing it) she’s idling kinda rough and I’m done with it so yesterday I went to ford and was approved for a 2017 escape and that’s what I’m gonna do escape this pos SE Taurus. So she’s going on my local craigslist and I’m selling her. I’ve still got my station wagon project another Taurus but the ses wagon with the Duratec I’ve just gotta change the torque converter and she should be running around like she used to. Project station wagon is only at 85,000 miles so I’m not worried about her breaking down or anything again anytime soon. Unless of course I start doing a ton of burnouts in it again. (Those Duratec motors are fun) just wanted to vent about the pos se though I’m so over it giving me problems. Started idling rough when I changed the range sensor. If anyone knows how I could fix that before it’s sold please let me know so I can fix it or just tell whoever buys it how to fix it.
 

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Too bad you gonna let go of yours. That's 18 years with her. If the transmission range sensor is your problem then try looking at your encoder wheel.
 
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