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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Alot of times the transmission will have a valve stuck in the valvebody. After sitting the fluid which is the lubricator drains to the pan causing the valve to take on moisture or just particals of trash from the clutches. Now would be a good time to service the filter and use an additive to help lubricate these stuck valves. While doing this you can tap on the valve body and try to free anything up. Lucus has some pretty nice additives. I hope this helps. By the way you should have a 7oor4 transmission.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
that is what they consider safe mode for those transmissions, they are a very smart electronic transmission it does that so you dont ruin the trans.
It has detected a problem and you must take it to a tech and have the codes pulled, could be as simple as a sensor or solenoid pack
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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