Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
It could be the Powertrain control module (PCM) if you have an automatic transmission or the synchro if it's a manual one, in that case you would probably hear a grinding noise when shifting. As for the reset button, I did not hear of a such thing but you could try reading the code using a code scanner (I think you'll need the OBD2 connector one) and reset it. Check the sensor connectors on the trans for any looseness. Make sure you have enough oil in there as well, automatic trans work with hydraulic pressure....not enough hydraulic pressure mean no gear shifting. Hope I helped!
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Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Transmission will not shift from
trans problem, internal. you would need to remove the trans pan and look inside of it to see if there is any debriss in it (chunks of metal etc) if you find any metal, you will need another trans and all tranny lines washed out and radiator cooler washed out also. good luck.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
SOURCE: 98 Civic Auto Trans Slippage
you need to replace clutch pack for that gear can be ordered seperately from parts store or dealer if you want to save money call peach street auto recycling at 1800-365-2341 for a warrantied used one! also might be time for change trans filter and fluid filter could be slightly clogged but I lean towards clutch pack I replace these alot on Hondas
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
transaxle reset mode page 148 of the owner manual. when the transaxle sensor detects an abnormal condition that can cause damage, it drops the transmission into second gear to protect the transaxle from damage. pull over to the side of the road, shut off the car and restart it. it may go away for a little while and let you drive normally. mine kept getting worse. I took it to the dealer and they had to replace a part that works with the transaxle (not the transaxle or transmission itself). it cost about $900 and took them 3 attempts as the first two replacement parts were bad out of the box.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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