My Titan has never displayed any codes of any type on it's own.
(That's why the dealer said nothing was wrong) I have created a situation
to make my Titan display a code, and it will. I then just erase the code.
Hey Tim, I used a scanner. The transmission is slipping not the torque converter?
Just curious, how did you diagnose that? Also, do you know the stall speed for the torque converter on my stock Titan, and can you confirm: Dealer tells me that there is no filter to change in my transmission...is that true ?
Like I said:
The engine runs strong and smooth. It doesn't mis-fire or anything like that.
If I park on an incline, say in a parking space where the front of the truck is slightly downhill and the front tire is up against the cement tire stop, when I put the shifter in reverse, I will have to rev the engine up to about 1500 rpm before the truck starts moving backwards. My truck use to start moving when in reverse at idle. Wouldn't that change in rpm's to move my truck suggest a problem in the transmission or the converter?
What is a major speed difference between the input sensor and the output sensor? Do you know the stall speed on the Titan?