Discussion in 'Transmission Forum' started by Mealticket, Oct 19, 2017.
check for power on the transmission relay and that its working
Good call by you...I don't get 12V at pin 4 of the solenoid even with engine running, and tracing it back I don't get it at the relay or at pin 15 of the TCM. This might also explain why there is no CEL/tranny codes. I wonder if the TCM went first, kid was driving around in 1st and didn't know it, blew up the rear planet, etc.
glad i could help this is what i do i own a transmission shop
Hey could a slightly stipped front planet cause a whine in park and neutral only? If not, what might? Thanks,
the wining noise could be a loose pump gear -converter -bypass valve stuck did you clean the bypass valve and air test it when apart ?
This tranny made the same noise when it had a different pump and converter. This is a Frankenstein build...I put a new bypass valve in it. I have no way to air test anything,
im not sure where to go because i cant hear the noise could be in the converter
Well it doesn't matter...this thing is toast. Pretty sure something tore loose the first time it tried to upshift. Hitting the yards on 1/2 off sale, found a great donor. Hey, could you confirm this '90 degree' vs. offset converter bolt hole thing...Dacco and everybody else I see shows '96, '97, etc, can have either one, but Dacco catalog shows a note on the 90 degree unit 'EMCC1 grooved friction', which I think was more of an early 2000s thing. Are these catalogs just covering their arses and/or they're lazy? I know my '96 is offset because I did have to spin the converter once to align two holes. I suppose I could grab the flex plate off the donor but cash is extremely tight,
yes they did have a offset until the late 90 or 2000 units as for the frictions you can use the new design in the early modules it was a upgrade
$50 tranny is awesome. So far doesn't even seem to need pinion factor/quick relearn, even though I replaced the TCM too. Thanks for all the help,
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