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I have a 2002 Freightliner sprinter and could I do a ECU reset on my automatic trans? My trans is shifting a little funky. Thank you.

I have a automatic transmission but I see most of the ECU reset are on standard transmissions.

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Possible but the only place to do it would be an accredited freight liner service center or allison transmission shop
the main faults will be shown if you first get a fault code reading rather than resetting as resetting will not fix faulty sensors

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