Q: 1998 Ford Ranger 2.5L stalling when put into drive.

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My truck stalls when put into drive. It is throwing codes. Codes are P0743, P0750, P0755, P0760, P0320. I've changed the MAF Sensor, IAC SENSOR, TPS SENSOR, and IAT SENSOR.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Your transmission has internal issues with the solenoids or the transmission is trying to go into reverse and forward gears at the same time stalling the engine. Have each of the codes tested to see if it is internal transmission issues or problem with computer.

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