Question about 2006 Toyota Tundra
Just to verify you have had the computer control system for the transmission tested for fault codes? If you have and you had it done by a reputable transmission repair shop then what needs to be done is the transmission control module hooked up to a monitor and road tested to see if the transmission is being sent the the electronic command to shift into overdrive, this is essential to decide if the problem is caused by an electronic or mechanical problem, there is no magic answer to fix this type of problem. Aamco Transmission will do the testing for free in most cases, give them a try.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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