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Does the engine management light come on if there is a problem wit the gearbox

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Again ,yes ,it is an emission issue,if ANYTHING makes the exhaust
over spec ,will turn the light on,including a slow or improper shift,
torque converter lockup failure,on and on......

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Normally, a transmission problem will not trigger the check engine light. However, a transmission problem may cause some sensor in the engine to read oddly, causing that engine component to trigger the check engine light.

What is the nature of the possible transmission problem? A severely slipping transmission/clutch could have the engine revving far higher than the on-board computer thinks would be appropriate at certain speeds or under certain conditions. That's one example that could possibly throw an engine sensor trouble code.

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Yea it does if there is a transmission code it will appear. i naver seen a light come one in a manual transmission except bmw. auto trans will give you a light

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It's give or take really regarding gearbox, some do and some don't, have you checked the clutch and flywheel as on most cars this will be the course of the problem of hard gear changes etc.... ( the video I uploaded was irrelevant but I had to upload something lol

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SOURCE: engine management light on suspect gearbox fluid low, don't know where to fill up

chances are it no filler or dipstick making it a dealer only special tools type job

Posted on May 19, 2012

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