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Mazda milennia 2002 S Hold light flashing, engine light on

It just happened, I notice on change in performance, what is the problem?

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  • pgrundy90 May 31, 2009

    sorry, that was NO change in performance

  • pgrundy90 Sep 01, 2009

    code showed solenoid malfunction, The tcs lights did not come on, I had np previous service to the transmission, transmission oil replaced day after lights came on. I didn't notice any problem with driving and continued to use the car. After about 5000 miles and 7 weeks the lights have stopped coming on.
    (two days of occasional on but off since)

  • hochiinn May 11, 2010

    when this happens, does tcs off/tcs lites also come on? does the check engine lite come on? if so, what codes are there? when was the last time the trans was serviced?

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Check speedo connection on transmiission if short or disconnected if connnect properly with no short you will need to replace the peed sensor

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