Yet another update:
Today we had our worst winter day of the year, around 18 degrees, gusting winds around 40 MPH, and heavy lake effect snow accumulating around 8 inches and counting. I was at my parents house when this started and was driving back to to school about 45 miles away.
I get heading out, and while running around 45-50, i notice my car not shifting into overdrive, when usually it shifts in around 40 MPH. I come into a small town and catch a light, go to take off and my car gives me a hard shift (shift time of 50 ms). I had a couple stops until I got back to country roads, and EACH time, the car would have a hard shift during the 1-2 shift, and also the 3-4 shift, the 2-3 shift was FINE...
Checked DTC'* and i see this:
I was shocked but happy to see this as my car is 600 miles out of warranty. I was surprised, because my car has only acted up like this before when transmission was completely warmed up, not 20 minutes into my trip and the coldest day of the year....
As I mentioned before, when I was driving my car home a couple weeks ago, driving it hard and trying to get the car to act up. During this process, my scan-gauge stopped displaying the transmission temp.
After checking my DTC'* and displaying code today while acting up....this is now what my transmission temp reads.....
I know this is some type of glitch, but any ideas of how to get it to read accurately again? Could I unplug it from the OBD-II, wait a couple seconds, and plug it back in?
I'm really going to limit my driving and take the car to the dealership on Wednesday after my finals this week and have it checked out and HOPEFULLY get the PCS replaced!
Thanks for keeping in contact with the thread!