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Roger,No problem!Just let me know what sort of information you would like and I will send it over.
Roger,To be honest, this is a rather big repair. Because of the location of the transmission range sensor, the transmission pan needs to be dropped along with the valve body.The Transmission Range Sensor is mounted to the top of the valve body inside the transmission and can only be serviced by removing the valve body assembly. The electrical connector extends through the transmission case. The Transmission Range Sensor is part of the solenoid module, which is mounted to the top of the valve body inside the transmission.The Transmission Range Sensor has five switch contact pins that: Determine shift lever position Supply ground to the Starter Relay in Park and Neutral only. Supply +12 V to the backup lamps in Reverse only.The TRS also has an integrated temperature sensor (thermistor) that communicates transmission temperature to the TCM and PCM.OPERATIONThe Transmission Range Sensor communicates shift lever position to the TCM as a combination of open and closed switches. Each shift lever position has an assigned combination of switch states (open/closed) that the TCM receives from four sense circuits. The TCM interprets this information and determines the appropriate transmission gear position and shift schedule.Here is the R and R procedure. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. Remove the center console from the floor panel transmission tunnel. From the left side of the vehicle, reach between transmission range indicator and the floor panel transmission tunnel to access the lamp socket Rotate the transmission range indicator lamp socket counterclockwise about 30 degrees on the bottom of the range indicator. Pull the transmission range indicator lamp socket and bulb straight out of the bulb mounting hole. Pull the transmission range indicator lamp bulb straight out of the socket. INSTALLATION Install the TRS to the manual shaft. Make sure TRS locating pin rests in manual valve bore slot. Install the TRS/manual shaft retaining screw. Install the manual shaft seal Install valve body to the transmission.
Install the transmission pan
Fill transmission fluid
hello again,I changed the part that you told me I should change, but the code is coming back. and the shift changed position I cannot shift to the 1st gear, what should I do$
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