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Have a 1998 vw beetle trans stays in limp mode getting codes 258,260,262,264,266,270,281 and 652

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I,m willing to bet you have a bad transmission control module each one of the codes represent something different and you know the vehicle did not have that many problems occur at once i would say you have a bad control module and it is spitting out irroneous codes or it has been disconnected at some point and the trans will remain in limp mode until these codes have been cleared

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