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To start with, your transmission is computer-controlled. You will probably find out much quicker if you were to scan your computer system for fault codes.
The way you are going about this is kinda like calling around to different doctors and telling them your arm hurts really bad. So the doctors tell you "It must be broken" so you off and put a cast on it, but the bleeding from the huge cut still doesn't stop.......If the doctor had been allowed to diagnose the problem, he would have known that is was stitches that you needed, not a cast!
It is very difficult to diagnose a computer-controlled transmission while totally ignoring the computer that controls it.
Posted on Feb 16, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the speed sensor for this vehicle is actually in the rear differential of the vehicle. this is the sensor that runs the speedometer also known as the vehicle speed sensor. there are also two speed sensors in the front one on each wheel known as wheel speed sensors these are for the abs system only
Posted on May 17, 2009
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Check the wire harness, make sure there are no breaks or crushed wires. Also check the wire harness to the TCM, look for any loose connections. Good luck and keep me posted. Be glad to help.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
SOURCE: shifting gears
the speed sensor is for Overdrive only, it does not shift the gears it sends the signal to the transmission control module that in turn signals the overdrive shift solenoid to engage/shift into OD.
Posted on May 11, 2009
Check the available vacuum at a manifold port with the engine idling. It should be 17-21 inches of vacuum. If it is to low,it will give you multiple vacuum concerns. Also, I don't think this unit had a vacuum advance. This timing and advance should be controlled by the on board computer (or PCM). If you turn the distributor it will not change the timing but it will throw the fuel system out of synchronization. Here is the vacuum diagram I have. If you need anything else,drop me a line. Thanks,Chuck
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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