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Your ECU has picked an error and car has gone into "Limp mode". Have engine diagnosed and rectify then clead DTC.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well the low cost way to go first would be to try and change the trans fluids. If the problems still remains the it may be an internal problem
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
I have a 95 Eclipse and I recently had to change out my TCU........ Transmission Control Unit, This should be located directly beneath the center console. First I would have the transmission services if problem persist then proceed to changing out the TCU you can get off of ebay. As far as i know there should be 3 Computers in our cars. 1 the Electronic Control Unit located behind radio 2 Transmission Control Unit located under center console and 3 Airbag Control Unit located under hood, Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
have 'sort of' the same [problem on wifes car. it lost power while driving and she had to pull over and shut the car off and restart it.
I pulled the codes with a OBD2 scanner and came up with 3 codes, P2106, P2110 and P2135.
Last one is for Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/switch A/B voltage Correlation, figure that must be the TPS as its known. Checked on line for it and found several for around, get this, 181 dollars!!!!
Other codes were for Throttle Acuator Control System Forced Limited RPM.
So I'm figuring a new TPS "might" fix the problem but $180 is not easy to let go of but may have to.
First, do as first post says, or take it to a Checker or AutoZone or someone like that in your area and have them run the OBD2 scanner on it to see what codes your car throws, then you have an "idea" of what may be wrong, sometimes those codes will not send you to the correct area. Just replacing sensors can get expensive only to find out it is caused by a vacuum leak or throttle body is bad (those are real pricey).
Check with someone that get retrieve the codes for free first.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
Could be a wiring issue if you already replaced the speed sensor. I believe there are 2 speed sensors on that tranny though, and both are usaully replaced at the same time.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
I can only offer these few ideas.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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