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In order to determine if the problem your describing is internal or an electronic control issue you are going to need to start first with having the computer system scanned to see if the computer system is detecting and storing any fault codes. If you can get this done and post back with the results I will help you determine the cause.
If the overdrive light is flashing then there should be a code and or codes. You can not usually retrieve fault codes with a code reader and will need a full scan tool.
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In most cases it being a bit overfull will not usually affect the transmission shift point. If its feeling like your in neutral when you rev the engine then that usually means the transmission is slipping. A speed senor may affect the shift point but will not cause any slipping. The problem sounds to me like the you have an internal failure and knowing the fault codes would very likely verify if in fact that is the case.
I would agree and if I had the fault code I could help you determine if its an electronic control issue or internal, that being said it dose sound like its going to end up being an internal failure.
A code reader will not work on the transmission control system and most shops are the only ones with a full scan tool. You may want to check with a transmission shop like AAMCO , there are some that will do a scan for you at no charge.
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No, Your 2001 transmission is totally electronically controlled.
Having the system scanned and knowing the fault code will go a long ways for determining the actual cause.
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Yes give me your vin number and I can run it for you.
The first vin number shows the transmission to be a 4R70W (AODE) transmission. See the report below.The second Vin show the same transmission (4R70W (AODE) . See the report below.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/104923897/oasi%20%232%20Oct%2015.pdfThe difference I see is the engine size and year. If the wiring checks to be the same then the transmission should work.
Sorry here is the first report.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/104923897/oasi%20%231%20Oct%2015.pdf
The only way to know would be to do a very close inspection comparing the wires and the connector.