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Hello, my name is ***** ***** you for the question. Did this start right after changing the fluid? Was the transmission flushed? What kind of fluid was used?
Was the transmission pan removed?
The codes you are getting do not have anything to do with the transmission. The codes are for the fuel pump temperature sensor and the oxygen sensors. Were these replaced?
Your code is for the heater circuit on the oxygen sensor. Did you disconnect any of the sensors when servicing the transmission?
You can either change the sensors or check the voltage at the sensor for the heater circuits
I would start by checking fuse number 54 in the fuse box under the hood.
My data base is not working right now. I will see if I have one when it is back up.
Did this code come up with all of the other codes?
Thank you. I don't have any diagrams available for your vehicle. Did you check the fuses that I mentioned? The fuse box cover should be marked with the numbers.
The fuel sensor may be the part that you need to replace. This is located on the top of the fuel housing. Did your fuel pump come with a new fuel temperature sensor.
That fuel pump should have a new sensor in it already.
The slip light coming on is an indication of the traction control system turning on which will cause a power loss. You need to scan the traction control module to see what codes are coming up when the light comes on. Does your scan tool have this capability or is it just a generic scan tool?
Sounds good. Thank you.