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I had both speed sensors replaced car still goes into limp mode was told by dealer i needed a trans overhaul not sure why since the car shifts good and does not slip it only goes into limp mode once i hit over 45mph as long as im under it drives fine
You need to be sure that auto trans fluid is in good shape and you need to be sure that it is not missing even little amounts. replace the filter too.
then you need dealer to reset transmission computer for you. if it still happens
if these wont cure you must be sure that selenoids inside transmission are in specs(check on factory service manual for resistance values of each coil).
and be sure that there are no loose electrical connections on transmissions especially a loose ground.
if it shift correctly there may not be a need of overhauling
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
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Check electrics - Alternator and battery.
Replace DME Relay and Fuel Pump Relay - not expensive.
Remove disassemble, clean and reassemble gear selector switch - If it looks beyond saving, replace ($200)
Service the transmission ($130 from a specialist) and check/replace transmission speed sensor ($90)"
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