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Old 04-03-2005, 02:13 PM   #11
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He had done a bunch of valve work before on his trans already trying to fix this. We also swapped my PCM for his and that ade no fifference.

He has a H*** of a time trying to break the tires free from a dead stop. I was able to veave 20ft marks...lol. We also notice when we were scanning that the PCM would indicate the 2nd gear engaugement, but it wouldn't actually shift into 2nd for about two more seconds after the indication from the PCM. 3rd and 4th shifted rigtht when the PCM indicated, no lag like first.

My personaly opiinon on this....Now reading this.....I think that maybe he'* got a bad solenoid for the shift....Or going bad I should say....Prolly sticking. I also think that mybe he'* lost his first gea,r and he'* doing 2nd gear take off'*. Everything that he worked on last weekend in the trans isn't in the same area and the shift solenoid either I don't believe.

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He is doing first gear takeoffs. The Scn tool confirmed that. I have that spare 4t60e-hd in my garage, but I don't know if all the stuff is still on it otherwise we could use parts from it (only the diff is raged on it).
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He had done a bunch of valve work before on his trans already trying to fix this. We also swapped my PCM for his and that ade no fifference.

He has a H*** of a time trying to break the tires free from a dead stop. I was able to veave 20ft marks...lol. We also notice when we were scanning that the PCM would indicate the 2nd gear engaugement, but it wouldn't actually shift into 2nd for about two more seconds after the indication from the PCM. 3rd and 4th shifted rigtht when the PCM indicated, no lag like first.

My personaly opiinon on this....Now reading this.....I think that maybe he'* got a bad solenoid for the shift....Or going bad I should say....Prolly sticking. I also think that mybe he'* lost his first gea,r and he'* doing 2nd gear take off'*. Everything that he worked on last weekend in the trans isn't in the same area and the shift solenoid either I don't believe.

That'* my $.02
He is doing first gear takeoffs. The Scn tool confirmed that. I have that spare 4t60e-hd in my garage, but I don't know if all the stuff is still on it otherwise we could use parts from it (only the diff is raged on it).
Should look on E-Bay for a ADTM (correct?) book for the 4T60E-HD trannys....Normally go for about 30 bucks. They're the same books that Tranny Shops use as a guide to rebuilding trannys. I'd imagine that if you had one of those...It'll tell ya where everything should be and how to get at it with what. Did you scan for KR when he punches it?
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Didn't check for KR, but I have the run recorded so I should be able to go back and look. I also have the FSM for '95 and it does show a lot of exploded tranny diagrams in it.
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We need to figure out what is causing the miss upon starting... Sounds like the car is missing a lot of power... The trans being slow to shift makes me wonder tho..

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I know this is kinda a dumb ? but here it goes......When was the last time you replaced your fuel filter???? Have you ever replaced your catalytic convertor?
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When the PCM sees a problem with a quad driver, then chances are that there is a solenoid or actuator that is having some issues and the resistance values are too high, as in not functioning correctly...

What was the code?

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When the PCM sees a problem with a quad driver, then chances are that there is a solenoid or actuator that is having some issues and the resistance values are too high, as in not functioning correctly...

What was the code?
Code was 670
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When the PCM sees a problem with a quad driver, then chances are that there is a solenoid or actuator that is having some issues and the resistance values are too high, as in not functioning correctly...

What was the code?
Code was 670
Ok this will sound stupid comming from me... Is that going to be a P0670 or P1670?

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When the PCM sees a problem with a quad driver, then chances are that there is a solenoid or actuator that is having some issues and the resistance values are too high, as in not functioning correctly...

What was the code?
Code was 670
Ok this will sound stupid comming from me... Is that going to be a P0670 or P1670?
Legit question. it read as a "670, quad #4" code, but in the FSM it is "P1670, Quad #4" code I have seen a few different codes come from my car that needed a P1 in front of it to match the book. Luckily the scanner I have also gives a short discription with the code that can be fairly easialy matched up to the book..
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Ok, if the problem was with the tranny solenoids, shift solenoid A or B he would most likely have a code P1650...

But I'm thinking this is a P1670..

This is the Quad Driver 4 code...

AC Relay Control
MIL " SES " light
Fan 1 control " Low Speed "
Fan 2 control " High Speed "

Thats what quad driver 4 controls...

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