Chevrolet Repair Questions? Ask a Chevy Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Its possible your programmer has ruined your computer and parts on the engine and transmission. At first this looked like a turbo pressure issue where as the turbo was making to much boost but as I read more the symptoms other than the hose blowing off do fit that of a torque converter clutch stuck applied from a mechanical, hydraulic, or electrical command. If you remove the programmer and reset the truck back to stock what concerns do you get?
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Since the programmer is now not in use on the vehicle. After 5 drives can you tell me what codes are stored?
Do you have the tools for diagnosing and repairing the transmission if need be?
Will your tool show trans fluid temp, that reading wrong can cause the converter to always be engaged. The converter should engage in the 2 highest gears and above 45mph to reduce trans temp and to increase fuel mileage.
High trans temps would be from the converter clutch slipping or the temp gauge reading incorrect.
You need to diagnose and fix each code then address symptoms not storing codes. If I knew the codes I could provide the diagnostic steps.
2610 normally means the ECM is faulty https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/90220402/2610.pdf
0700 means a better scan tool is needed to get the transmission codes.