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Code 15 eatx relay output always off...transaxe don't shift...A technician find the error code 15.

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  • jimmon888 Jan 24, 2009

    Sounds good, whats limp in mode? Also the reverse is out. Reboot makes the trans achiev 1st gear only, Sometimes locks up ok, other times slips out of gear at 1100 rpm or 12 mph, other times it will go to 20 mph. Also infrequent speedo needle failure to operate. Will try those 2 sensors and get back to you. BTW are there more sensors>?,,, To add, ths all happened immediately after running over a chunk of ice off a wheel well (wisconsin) in the area of the lower sensor, but shows no obvious damage.


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Replace your input and output speed sensors on the trans. The reason why it won't shift is because the trans. is in "limp in" mode. The trans. computer is detecting a problem.

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