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You do not need to "calibrate the computer" when changing the trans. range sensor. If the dealer is telling you this, it is because they want more of your money. Just buy the sensor.

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

  • aceshay Nov 21, 2010

    actually the proper procedure does require you to "reinitialize" the transmission control module, you may be able to get it done without doing that but it will shift hard and don't know how long it will actually take to learn on it's own, maybe disconnect the battery for several minutes might help.



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