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What do you meant the push pad is working? You are hitting the button to put it in drive ant the display shows drive, but there is no lock in with the transmission?
Warranty may still be in affect on that vehicle since you are under 150k miles. I know the selector pads themselves are longer on the warranty.
I would suggest going to a Allison shop for a faster response time to have the truck worked on over Peterbilt or Rush. They can be slow sometimes and Aliison tends to get on the truck right away. Plus a lot of Peterbilt shops will send the major work to Allison or have one of their techs go into the shops. I've seen it many times.
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