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Electronic transmition control

Drive and reverse gears not going at all

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Scan the TCM.
alldata.com
read the tranny tests there.
or buy the FSM.

too late for the 50k mile full sevice
but you can check levels, and for black ATF fluid, or metal flakes in same.

1: low fuild.
2: ;tranny pump dead.
3: ground stap on tranny missing or cut, and TCM is just window dressing, (that is, it can not command the tranny at all)
4 ;fuses blown check all fuses. in both boxes.
get a full flush and fill and filter service now, maybe it can be saved.

Posted on Feb 09, 2014

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