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Old 06-06-2007, 05:30 AM   #1
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I have those lights on. I'm pretty sure that I have a wheel speed sensor or so gone. I've taken off my wheels, readjusted the lines, and I saw that the sensors, which were in already, were seated properly. I don't really know how to figure out which hub assembly is off, and I'll check out Techinfo soon.

As for SES, I checked my engine, and I have a "Torque Converter Clutch Failure." Sometimes, the light doesn't come on when I start my car. It has to have sat for about 8+ hours, and then I have inexplicable power. One time, while giving my car just the average throttle I usually apply to pull out of my neighborhood, I burned out and lurched forward. I'm going to go to a transmission place on Thrusday to figure out what'* going on. Do you have any thoughts?
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On determining which hub..it will probably take a Tech2 or Snap on equiavlent scanner.

For the trans.. sorry to hear. maybe a flush?
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The transmission was rebuilt about 30K miles ago. I'll see soon if I have a warranty on it still, but I hope it'* not too bad. I'll definitely do a flush, but not before the work is done to fix the problem.

By the way, my car is less than 100 miles short of 287K miles.
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