Ford should fix this issue at no cost to their customers. Had it at a dealership to reflash/reprogram in November 2013. Same problem occurred twice the next day (Monday). Serious safety issue, as you may press on gas thinking you're in reverse, and then accelerate!! The two most likely to fail are the transmission pressure control solenoid and the torque converter solenoid. This has been happening for about 2 1/2 years. The following Monday, I took the truck back (as is) and took it to a transmission shop for a second opinion. These little plunger like devices are used by the computer to route pressurized transmission fluid and change gears. These complaints have been noted for years. First time 2006 second 2010 this 2013. $1,400 to fix. Shopped the fix (which all repair shops say is very common on early 2000 Ford's) and it will need a $2500 rebuild. I am a 50 yr old disabled woman who can't afford to fix a problem the manufacturer should be dealing with. I declined the offer of a $937 plus tax repair bill. Shop ran diagnostic test and codes p0732, p0735 and p0775. 1. The contact also mentioned that the check transmission and check engine warning lights illuminated. Com and found 94 complaints with the same issues on the 2005 Ford Explorers. statistics and reliability analysis of the 2007 Ford Explorer, Automatic Transmission Control Module problems, Automatic Transmission Torque Converter problems. With the amount of complaints on this issue along with the cracked tailgate that I see on all Ford Explorers I drive by, there should be some sort of forced recall. The reading on a good functioning solenoid should be around 20 to 30 ohms. 2002 Ford Explorer transmission problems. Ford Explorer eb at 45,304 miles. The vehicle was repaired, but the failure recurred. The contact owns a 2004 Ford Explorer. Felt like truck was going to stall out. . Common Ford Explorer Transmission Problems. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the Did some online research and found more complaints on this than I can account for. Electrical issues and dirty fluid can cause changes in the transmission fluid pressure that lead to solenoid problems. 01/31/2016 sun while driving approx 10 mph on a side street it lost power and shutoff without warning. Paid $100 for the test and was told the solenoid body failed. The failure and current mileage was 179,000. On September 26, 2013, I took my 2005 Ford Explorer to the Ford dealer (freeway Ford in bloomington, mn) because I was having problems when I put the vehicle into reverse. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who diagnosed that the transmission solenoid was defective and needed to be replaced. all problems of the 2004 Ford Explorer . The SUV jerks when placed into gear and it feels as though someone rear ended me. Car with