2003 saturn vue 2wd with VTI, seems to be in gear when you start it up, won't go in reverse, pulls forward in neutral and all forward gears, gives p1886 and p0700 check engine light
Country: United StatesMake: SaturnModel: vueYear: 2003Engine: 4 cylinder
p1886 and p0700, recently ( 15,000 miles ) put in refurbished transmission by dealer. engine acts like under load when you start and pulls forward, doesn't move in reverse either direction, moves forward in neutral and all forward gears
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nobody has answered. I have the p1886 code cleared, found a shorted wire, code doesn't reset but symptoms are the same
found a short in wiring harness that cleared the p1886 error code but symptoms are the same. Checked ohms on the 20 pin connector on the transmission that go to the tcc solenoids, one showed 4.1 ohms and other about 21 ohms. Can the transmission control module be bad and not show any faults on OBD II? It appears the forward clutch is pulled in and doesn't release in park or neutral.
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Any point waiting? All your transmission experts likely already seen and declined or do you think somebody likely to answer? thanks