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Drive 4 light flashing when i put the key in.

When i turn my car on, the drive 4 light starts to flash. Even when its parked it flashes. And it drives fine but the light will flash the whole time i am driving.

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This light is flashing to indicate a fault has occurred in the transmission, have a test run on the control module of the trans to figure out what that might be, it could be a simple fix once you have the trouble code.

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