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We have a intermittent problem when the trans drops into failsafe, Turn the key off and it resets We have checked all the earths But it still does it Regards Steve

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Hi,

Do you see any Check Engine Light Being On?

If yes, get the Car Scanned. I am pretty sure, you might get Codes like P0753 or P0758.Once you would get the Codes, Revert and i would be able to assist you.

If the Check Engine Light is not ON, Revert now and i would be able to assist you.

Let me know,once done.

Hope i helped you.

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Posted on Jun 04, 2010

  • steve_howell Jun 04, 2010

    No Check Engine Light No Codes in either Trans or Engine.No Data Stream Available (early type computer) only does it on deacceleration

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