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Trans wont come out of limp mode i put whole new transmission in and still in limp i flash it and relaced tcm also cheched wiring and relays help what can it be

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  • jenjustin1 Feb 02, 2010

    thank you iwill try to test ohms i will keep you posted

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U either have a defective transmission (new or not) or a seious wiring problem, u need to check the wiring harness to the transmission with a tool called a breakout box, it allows you to do individual pin out testes of every wire to see if there are poor connection, the resistance from end to end of any wire in the harness to the transmission from the TCM can't exceed 2 ohms.

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