Question about 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe
I have a 1996 Chevy Tahoe with an issues... It is spitting a sputtering after I put it in gear. Runs perfectly fine as soon as I start it up but as soon as it goes into gear it starts stalling. The check engine light comes on and I had a friend with a tool and he said it's the transmission module. Where is the transmission module and is it easy to change. Would I need to pull the transmission or can it be done with out that. Also is it on the out side of the transmission or on the under carriage? Would this be causing my problems or could it be something else. I have changed my wires plugs and even changed the fuel pump because it was making a noise and I thought that could be the issue. I'm at a dead end. I did have someone tell me it could be the spider injectors. Please HELP! Bobby
The ECM is located inside your passenger kick panel. The codes that your friend pulled relate to the drivetrain portion of the ECM. The controls and solenoids that are causing your shudder are inside the transmission in the valve body. The TCC is probably at fault and locked on. Hope this clears things up. Let me know if you need more help.
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