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01m trans not aways in gear when starting off from a stop.

When I come to a stop or slow down amost to a stop and then try to go again, the trans seems to be out of gear. The engine revs. up and suddenly the trans will bang into gear Also would like to know if the trans. module control is also the same ECM used for engine.










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HHw many miles on trans?? Do you have a chack engine light?? does the car mark it's spot whever you park?? ECU and TCU are two seperate computers and (I believe both) are located under the black cowl just fwd of the windshield

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