I dont have the gm manual and all on line searches turn up empty. I know its road suspension but i'm hoping to isolate it to either a senser or the rss control module.. Any help would be appreciated. Oh it is current not history.
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Re: 96 sedan deville with code rs0030
Hello as you no rs0030 is sss solenoid short to voltage / open circuit so check the sss solenoid connector for debris or corrosion cean and reconectit as aways diconnect neg side of battery before you do any thing with wiring thx
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You need the trouble code (DTC) to troubleshoot exactly what's wrong - you can use a code reader to see this. If you have the road sensing suspension option, it's usually one of the four wheel vertical motion sensors, and if that's the problem, GM sells a replacement sensor kit that you should be able to install.
Try manually shifting it and see if you can feel it shifting.You should be able to.Then just drive it in drive light normal and see if you can feel it.Usually you will get a check engine light or have the transmission codes checked if you do feel it.Sometimes these transmissions are very smooth.Hope this helps.
i have two codes on my 92 cadillac sadan deville that read e 12 and e 96. i understand what they both mean. e12 is 'no distributor signal', and the other e 96 is 'torque convertor is overstrewsed'. i know that the toruque convertor is a big project itself, so im goin to send that into the professionals. but i might be able to fix the distributor, if it is the cap, or a false ground wire which hopefully it is. there is about 170,000 mi, and have gone threw alot of parts that i installed myself, but im not goin to let her go yet she still got alot of miles to go. i just need help on checking out the distributor cap for replacement.