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Replaced trans because i could not get out of limp mode i replaced sensors,relays,tcm,grounds and checked all wiring. now new trans is in limp if i reset it the trans shifts great once you restart it back in limp

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This usually points to a sensor issue or a computer failure.

What diagnostics have been done with a diagnostic data scanner. If its in limp mode what codes did you have before and what codes do you have now. ??

And what year vehicle are we talking about here??

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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