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I have a 95 ford explorer eddie bauer edition and when I drive it, it starts out fine and then when I get up to about 20-30 mph and its time for it to shift out it just stalls. What would be the cause of that?

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Tony, There are a number of different causes for the same drivability concern. In your case there a few sensors that can be looked at such as; throttle position sensor (TPS), A & B shift solenoids in the transmission, camshaft position sensor (CPS), you can have a diagnostic tool hooked to the ECU (main computer) and take a "snapshot" of the moment it stalls to attempt to narrow the cause. AJ Pierce

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