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Hey man cheers for your input

After a few tests and a bit of reading I think the problem is where you suggest. Do you have any ideas on what I should do to resolve it?

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  • coreylust Aug 11, 2008

    Hi again, I did everything said but no luck. I have since taken it to a mechanic and................. he 'reckons' I need to completely rebuild the gearbox or replace it at a cost of $2500 NZ$ I just hope I'm not being conned.

  • coreylust Aug 11, 2008

    Cheers for helping mate no worries your doing a great job

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Call me 253-691-6206 its easier to explain sometimes on the phone. my name is Randy

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  • Anonymous Aug 10, 2008

    Ok that vehicle does NOT have a seperate TRANSMISSION CONTROL MODULE the transmission is controlled by the PCM disconnect the battery and disconnect the connectors from the PCM blow out any moisture and inspect for any bent pics or chaffed wiring reconnect the PCM connectors and the battery road test it Do you have any wiring under the vehicle hanging that look damaged?

  • Anonymous Aug 11, 2008

    well transmissions are expensive did he dao any type ofdianostics, you better ask him what hes gonna do if that don't work he doesnt expect you to pay him does he?

  • Anonymous Aug 11, 2008

    Im truly sorry I din't hit tis one please dont be angry or loose faith in my abilities Im really sorry

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