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07/26/04

TRANSMISSION CONTROL INDICATOR LAMP (TCIL)
ON - DTC P1783 AND/OR P0733 - COLD CLIMATE
SHIFT/ENGAGEMENT CONCERNS - CD4E
TRANSAXLE

FORD:
2001-2005 Escape

ISSUE
Some 2001-2005 Escape vehicles equipped with a CD4E automatic transaxle, operating in cold climates (approximately -20 ° F (-28° C) and colder), may exhibit a transmission control indicator lamp (ICIL) on with various transaxle shift and/or engagement concerns. The conditions may include:
^ Harsh, delayed or intermittent engagements
^ Loss of, or slipping, forward and/or reverse engagement
^ 2-3 upshift flare
^ Burnt transaxle fluid
^ DTC P1783 and/or P0733

These conditions may be the result of inadequate fluid flow, caused by extreme cold temperatures.

ACTION
To service, install a cold weather Cooler Bypass Kit. Refer to the instruction sheet included in the kit. Verify and repair any condition per normal Workshop Manual procedures prior to bypass installation. Always back flush and flush cooler lines to remove contaminants after repairs. Clear all DTCs and verify repair.

WARRANTY STATUS: Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage

DEALER CODING
BASIC PART NO.: 7000
CONDITION CODE: 42
 

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05-002/05

2001-2005 TRIBUTE - A/T INDICATOR LAMP ON
(DTC P1783 AND/OR P0733) OR COLD CLIMATE SHIFT
ENGAGEMENT CONCERNS

Note:
This bulletin supersedes the following TSB(s): 05-005/04. Please update your records accordingly.

BULLETIN NOTE
This bulletin supersedes the previous bulletin 05-005/04, issued 12/13/2004 The WARRANTY INFORMATION has been revised.

APPLICABLE MODEL(S)/VINS
2001-2005 Tribute with Automatic Transaxle

DESCRIPTION
Some 2001-2005 Tributes with automatic transaxle, operating in cold climates [approximately -20 F (- 28 C) and colder], may exhibit a transmission control indicator lamp (TCIL) on with various transaxle shift and/or engagement concerns. The conditions may include:
^ Harsh, delayed or intermittent engagements
^ Loss of, or slipping, forward and/or reverse engagement
^ 2-3 upshift flare
^ Burnt transaxle fluid
^ DTC P1783 and/or P0733

These conditions may be the result of inadequate fluid flow, caused by extreme cold temperatures.

Customers having this concern should have their vehicle repaired using the following repair procedure.

REPAIR PROCEDURE
1. Verify concern.

2. Install the cold weather Cooler Bypass Kit according to the instruction sheet included in the kit.
NOTE:
Prior to bypass kit installation, repair any transmission defects or failure conditions per normal Workshop Manual procedures.

3. Always back flush and flush cooler lines to remove contaminants afier repairs. Clear all DTCs and verify repair.

PART(S) INFORMATION
FWY1-19-0CY - Cooler Bypass Kit - Qty. 1

WARRANTY INFORMATION
NOTE:
^ This warranty information applies only to verified customer complaints on vehicles eligible for warranty repair. Refer to the SRT microfiche for warranty term information.
^ Additional diagnostic time cannot be claimed for this repair.

Kit Replacement in Conjunction with Transmission Replacement
Warranty Type: A
Symptom Code: 6X
Damage Code: 93
Part Number Main Cause: FWY1-19-0CY
Quantity: 1
Operation Number / Labor Hours: YY369XR1 / 0.4

Kit Replacement without Transmission Replacement
Warranty Type: A
Symptom Code: 6X
Damage Code: 93
Part Number Main Cause: FWY1-19-0CY
Quantity: 1
Operation Number / Labor Hours: YY369XR2 / 0.8
 
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