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Dstarperformance01 is right not super hard, i looked anyways i didnt see a write up either. Make sure u look around in there why u got the pan off never hurts. Good luck. Take some pics and make a write up while you're doing it.
Have you tried manually shifting it, just to see if it might go into the next gear? It is odd that they all went out. Check the 12v source going out of the TCU to the solenoids. In fact, check to see if it is plugged in good. Usually, in limp...
I think I will be like the cat today after work........but I need gas for the car.....what to do?????
Nap, and Steve, I have an alarm that wakes me up on my couch every night so I just consider that normal ROFL
Got the tank OUT. Figured I might as well do the best I can.
I had to keep moving when I got off work to get it done otherwise my ass sinks into the chair I'm sitting in right now. ROFL
I'll try finish up so we can MOVE ON :p
I am glad you brought up the drain Tony. I have read threads where they can't get them to seal again so I was going to "try" to not have to take it out. I was looking at using my wet/dry shop vac to suck out all the "cleaner" then wipe it down...
Gelled E85 was the culprit. It is on the surfaces of the inside of the fuel tank and feels like slime. It would gather on the fuel pump sock and almost shut off fuel pickup.
More info about the issue is on my cars profile...