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Re: Shift Problems

Postby SUPERMOD » 24 May 2018, 11:02

after all that leakage from earlier is it at the right levels?
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Re: Shift Problems

Postby usmcak » 24 May 2018, 11:08

It has lead me to this page. It’s asking me to perform this test. I do not have a ICE machine here to run it. The question at the end is asking if the reading is more than 50 rpm. Heading out to check with the army units on base to see if they have a ice.
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Re: Shift Problems

Postby usmcak » 24 May 2018, 11:10

Yes I refilled the power steering res. The leak was from the power steering cooling line. If it’s over filled would it cause it to slip?
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Re: Shift Problems

Postby usmcak » 30 May 2018, 13:29

I got in today and checked all the fluids, the transmission fluid was a little high so I drained a bit of it. I left it at just under the hash marks on the dip stick. anyway, so as I started it and tried to move forward or backwards and it would move. after shifting it in all the gears I got frustrated and mashed on the pedal until it finally moved. so I finally get on the road and a quarter of a mile down the road the trans light come on, I turn around and come back to base. I say screw it and go a half of mile down the road, nothing changes but the temperature. the fan doesn't come on at 220 and the needle goes past 240. the entire half a mile I have the pedal down the floor trying to push the vehicle to its max. finally I turn around and come back to base. inside the cab feels really hot. checked all the fluids and everything is normal. temp is still high. I connect the DTC to the TCM to see what codes I was getting; Code 24 - Vehicle Speed Sensor(VSS)/(TOSS) Circuit Low, Code 39 - Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) Solenoid Stuck Off, and finally Code 68 - Transmission Component Slipping.

What's the trick to get it to blow up so I can DRMO it? LOL
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Re: Shift Problems

Postby H1712 » 31 May 2018, 08:16

Try this. Disconnect the Harness at the TCM and test for resistance between pins R and S (SEE PIC). Should be between 1000 to 2000 Ohms. Then disconnect at the TOSS and check pin R to a ground and then S to a ground for resistance you should have around 10000 Ohms. Anything less, you have to repair those wires. Also make 1st make sure they're fully seated and making contact with the TOSS and TCM.
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Re: Shift Problems

Postby usmcak » 31 May 2018, 11:11

okay I will try that now. (20180531 @1312 PST)
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Re: Shift Problems

Postby usmcak » 04 Jun 2018, 07:48

Came in this morning and found a random oil leak. Engine oil.
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Re: Shift Problems

Postby SUPERMOD » 04 Jun 2018, 09:04

Burn it?
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Re: Shift Problems

Postby usmcak » 04 Jun 2018, 12:42

So I got a idea from my Capt, I checked the transfer fluid level....this is how much came out of it from the top bolt.......
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Re: Shift Problems

Postby usmcak » 04 Jun 2018, 13:01

Jacked it up and put it on jack stands. None of the four wheel spin at all.
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