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Forum: S-Series Tech 05-29-2019, 10:49 AM
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Re: 2000 SL2 Valve body or actual gear?

The trans will only try once when the No Gear code sets.
Forum: S-Series Tech 05-28-2019, 03:03 PM
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Posted By OldNuc
Re: 2000 SL2 Valve body or actual gear?

Yes, low TTS temp does inhibit a 1st gear start and the shift to 4th. Way below zero. Go read the manual.
Forum: S-Series Tech 05-28-2019, 02:47 PM
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Posted By OldNuc
Re: 2000 SL2 Valve body or actual gear?

Yes the TTS, transmission temp sensor, is an identical part to the ECTS, SMP TX73, and it will cause some problems if completely failed. There is no 4th gear lockout except for extreme cold as...
Forum: S-Series Tech 05-26-2019, 02:04 PM
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Posted By OldNuc
Re: 2000 SL2 Valve body or actual gear?

The only place air can blow out without making bubbles is either a place you can not get to or the side cover tube seals. These are not user easily serviceable but a spare trans does have another set...
Forum: S-Series Tech 05-24-2019, 10:30 AM
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Posted By OldNuc
Re: 2000 SL2 Valve body or actual gear?

I would suspect either the valve body or the transmission oil pump. The BODY CONTROL MODULE has nothing to do with the transmission. Changing the PCM WILL trip passlock security.
Forum: S-Series Tech 05-22-2019, 11:37 PM
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Posted By OldNuc
Re: 2000 SL2 Valve body or actual gear?

The pins to look at for a Gen-3 are A2 and the others in the -2 row. The general info is searchable with just F-5. A-2 is the power feed to the transmission fuses.
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