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N obus my daughter has a 1995 Cirrus that occasionaly comes up w a NO BUS display on the odometer and the guages quit working. When tested found that there is a communication error w the BCM. How can we fix this? It also when its hot will not shift out of first gear is this related?

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  • Trvsh5 Sep 02, 2008

    The BCM is new literally less then 2 months old. Is it possible something is lose in the wireing?

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Since the trans most likely gets it signal from the speedo the 2 problems are related, the most likely cause is the Body Control Moduel, these are prone to failure in your model.

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  • yadayada
    yadayada Sep 02, 2008

    Check the connection at the speedo head and the BCM, by the way you should mention the fact that the BCM was replaced, that is VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION.

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