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  1. #11
    mike
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    Well I have the results of the codes. I think it is not good. Here they
    are:

    36 Fault Immediately after a shift
    54 Gear Ratio Error in 4th
    38 LockUp Control

    LR Clutch CVI 60
    2-4 Clutch CVI 59
    OD Clutch CVI 102
    UD Clutch CVI 53

    What do you guys think?

    MIke

  2. #12
    mike
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    The guy reset the computer and after I start the car I pushed the O/D
    button so it does not go into 4th on the way home Looks like a problem
    there.

    Mike

  3. #13
    cavedweller
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    >
    >
    > I am mechanically able. I was hoping there was something else I could
    > do.
    >
    > Allpar? Is there a website that shows this process?
    >
    > Mike
    >

    Find Google. Type, mechanically, "Allpar". Read first line.

  4. #14
    mike
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    One more question. If I flush the trans and it goes back into limp mode
    is there any way I can reset it myself?

  5. #15
    mike
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    A shop here in Fort Worth, Tx. I could find them if I need to. The name
    doesn't come to mind. Do you do trans work?

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    mike
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    A shop here in Fort Worth, Tx. I could find them if I need to. The name
    doesn't come to mind. Do you do trans work?

  7. #17
    mike
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    Si I only need to change the fluid/filter and adjust the low/reverse
    band? The procedure says:

    Adjusting the low/reverse band is easy, you'll have to remove the
    parking sprag pushrod (e-clip) to gain access, then loosen the locknut
    with a 13mm open or box end or socket. The adjusting nut is a 6mm hex
    (I think that's what I used at least), torque it down carefully to the
    FSM spec then back it off the number of turns specified in the FSM. I
    painted two stripes 180 degrees apart on my 1/4" to 3/8" adapter to see
    when I'd gone 1/2 and one full turn.

    Hold the adjusting hex when you tighten the locknut so it doesn't move.
    Don't forget to put the parking sprag pushrod and e-clip back in!
    Adjusting the kickdown band is also pretty easy, it's on top of the
    case under the throttle cable. It uses an 18mm locknut and an 8mm hex
    adjuster. Use an 18mm box end to loosen and tighten the locknut.

    Mike

  8. #18
    Ted Mittelstaedt
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    "mike" <hillmw@charter.net> wrote in message
    news:1132939391.746778.107110@g43g2000cwa......... o...........
    > A shop here in Fort Worth, Tx. I could find them if I need to. The name
    > doesn't come to mind. Do you do trans work?
    >


    I was mainly wondering if it was a national chain like an Aamco or some
    such,
    as we have heard lots of problems with those ones.

    I don't rebuild trans but I did recently do an R&R on one in my 94 T&C and
    had someone else rebuild it.

    Ted

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