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please people, lets be very careful when issues of the gear box comes up. 1. make sure you have your gear box serviced regularly 2. make sure you get the recommended oil 3. go to a qualified gear box specialist. your gear box needs to be serviced.
check and see if the autamatic oil is very black if so change it and see if theres little silver bits in it if so the gear box cud be on its way out ?or it could be that the gear box needs to b serviced
Sticky transmission I call that. Go see a few garages and a few quotes with guarantee on workmanship..
Mind you I started on big trucks with Allison transmissions and we overhauled those.
Too long a story to explain those transmissions.
Sorry to break the bad new to you, put you most likely need a transmission depending on what codes are stored in the system. I have dont numerous automatic transmission on x-types all they all started with a gear box fault light on.
If the codes have something to do with a incorrect gear ration that is a guarantee red flag for a new transmission
Check and make sure you used the right type of lube. The reason I say this is a feww years ago i put 90weight in one of mine and it would not shift they are several types of gear lube used nowdays some gear boxes like like automatic tany fluid. Just something to check.