While setting up for flush , a glaring anomaly was encountered. It seems as though at some point in the past there has been an attempt to rig together with tape a broken dip stick tube.
Not only tape but also rubberized tubing similar to radiator
It has never leaked and seamed to be perfectly sealed, but I think the addition of this hose could misrepresent the true length of the tube. Causing an inaccurate level reading. So the obvious choice would be to exchange this rigged tube for a new tube.
My question to you is : 1st- any idea what the true length should be. THE TUBE ISN'T READILY AVAILABLE, SO I CAN'T CHECK FOR MYSELF.
2nd- Would over filling the fluid, due to a longer tube, cause some of these issues?
The first set of codes were
P0128- changed thermostat
P0748- replace both shift solenoids and speed sensor
P1810- replaced PSM " pressure switch manifold
Also fluid, filter, pan ring.