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In some cases this can be due to damaged or chewed up wiring leading to or at the transmission itself needing repaired.I have seen models like this sit for a period of time and have seen wiring corrode or break away from components like the transmission as well as in some areas rodents chew through the wiring with the wiring needing repaired or replaced.I have also seen electronic solenoids in transmissions fail from sitting as debris can build in it when last operated before it had sat and can cause a stick or non functional issue with the solenoid.
The first thing that has to be done here is to have the fault codes read out/checked in all computers using a scan tool or computer that will plug into your model here and can communicate with all computers.Once this has been done any codes set need to be diagnosed to help locate and repair this issue here.This is usually best done by a dealer or repair center that works on this model here.This will help knowing the codes set.
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Hello, what kind of powertrain is in this rv? Chevy or ford? WHat engine size and how many miles are on the vehicle? Has the rv sat for awhile prior to being used and this concern? Is the transmission fluid level full and not smell burnt ?Nice and bright red?
Ok when you only have one forward and one reverse gear range, the transmission is in a fail safe mode and might also be shifting hard into gear. Since it worked fine before it was stored for awhile I would inspect the wiring harness coming off the transmission and any underhood wiring. More than likely a rodent has made itself a home inside the engine/trans area. Look for any chewed wiring and evidence of nesting or dropping. ANy wiring found chewed up would need to be repaired and retest the operation
It should be under the drivers side steering wheel column area, they like to hide them on the rv application, sometimes it is tied up and not an easy access for the datalink connection. Most common area is in the engine bay area, if it has a doghouse, pop it open to look at the topside of the engine where the transmission meets the rear of the engine, follow the wiring from the transmission.
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