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gsferraro
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Nov 1, 2014, 5:06 AM

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Hello,
Do you have reverse? and did you say the oil is black? It may not move foward because of damage to the 1-2-3-4 clutch,hows reverse. Gary


hoja
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Nov 1, 2014, 10:31 AM

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Hello,
Do you have reverse? and did you say the oil is black? It may not move foward because of damage to the 1-2-3-4 clutch,hows reverse. Gary


I dont understand!!!!

But what u think what is my next step


gsferraro
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Nov 1, 2014, 11:16 AM

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Hello,
Was it low on fluid? If it was how much. Does the car go in reverse? Not much can be done with this, problem is on the inside of the trans. Gary


hoja
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Nov 1, 2014, 11:52 AM

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Hello,
Was it low on fluid? If it was how much. Does the car go in reverse? Not much can be done with this, problem is on the inside of the trans. Gary


Its low fluid in and it black, how much i dont know, about reverse ya the car move in reverse smothly without any problem, i drive today at d around 80km but i think it move at 5th.

Now really i dont know what can i do , change the gear box or try to cleane it and change the fluid as try ?


gsferraro
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Nov 1, 2014, 12:07 PM

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Hello,
Ok, if you have a smooth reverse, that would tell me the 1-2-3-4 clutch is bad. The fluid being black is just contamination. Flushing out trans wont work, you would just be wasting money. Transmission would have to be doneUnimpressed. Gary


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Nov 1, 2014, 12:19 PM

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I like my ATF black with sugar please.





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gsferraro
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Nov 1, 2014, 12:34 PM

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sorry for the double post's forgot about page 2. I didnt think the post were going throughUnsure. Gary


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Nov 1, 2014, 12:41 PM

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Don't worry Gary, your not the only one that had done that.





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Nov 1, 2014, 1:31 PM

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I'm still on the first page. I think you can change that in your settings.



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hoja
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Nov 1, 2014, 2:51 PM

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Thnx
I will see what i can do


gsferraro
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Nov 1, 2014, 6:06 PM

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Let us know how you do. Gary


hoja
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Nov 4, 2014, 5:15 AM

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Today the mechanic who will fix that transmission told me he want change the TCM , so what u think, the cost of that TCM is 1000$ how i can be sure it need fix or not??? i think it work because it can give me the error???


gsferraro
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Nov 4, 2014, 12:06 PM

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I went back and read the threads, you had stated the car wont move in drive. I personally dont think the tcm will fix this problem.Unimpressed


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Nov 4, 2014, 4:37 PM

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 I can understand his concern because the module is mounted to the valve body and contains all the solenoids which could get trashed. I'd be leery of using the old part myself unless there is a way to do an operational check of it out of the vehicle or if you find the root cause of the issue wasn't TCM/solenoid related. If you have a bum solenoid or TCM problem that is the cause of the transaxle's demise, he would have to take it all back down again. hmmmm

I guess you could plug it in with it out of the transmission along with its sensors connected and do some bi- directional controls with a high end scanner to test solenoids and such.

List price of the assembly is $497.96 with a $25 core. It also has to be flashed. $1000 for the controller/solenoid assembly and flashing is a little steep IMO.







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hoja
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Nov 11, 2014, 1:28 AM

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Update

Nothing new to yet, but i will change all that transmission with 2nd hand ( used) one.
But that 2nd one is for cruze 2012, so it will be ok , i mean it compatible with my car or should be transmission for cruze 2011 ( the mechanic told me it ok), and after the replace it how can i be sure it good one


gsferraro
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Nov 11, 2014, 5:00 AM

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I normally like to run the vin's of the cars, i cant do that in this case. Since the years are close together i would think you will be ok. How will you know if the trans is good, you really wont until its installed and road tested, hopefully with a 2012 trans the mileage wont be that bad. It wouldnt hurt to ask the mechanic what the mileage is on the trans thats going in your car, you can also sample the fluid, make sure it looks clean. One tip for you, after installation the car will have to be road tested, as you drive the car the transmission will adapt, make sure there is no check engine lite on,make sure there are no codes present in the system trans or engine, the oil temp. of the trans has to be above 140 degrees fahrenheit in order for it to adapt, they will not adapt cold. Let us know how you do. Gary
There is a slight chance that the trans may have to be reprogrammed since its not the original one from the car(i wouldnt worry about that yet)


hoja
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Nov 11, 2014, 5:38 AM

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I normally like to run the vin's of the cars, i cant do that in this case. Since the years are close together i would think you will be ok. How will you know if the trans is good, you really wont until its installed and road tested, hopefully with a 2012 trans the mileage wont be that bad. It wouldnt hurt to ask the mechanic what the mileage is on the trans thats going in your car, you can also sample the fluid, make sure it looks clean. One tip for you, after installation the car will have to be road tested, as you drive the car the transmission will adapt, make sure there is no check engine lite on,make sure there are no codes present in the system trans or engine, the oil temp. of the trans has to be above 140 degrees fahrenheit in order for it to adapt, they will not adapt cold. Let us know how you do. Gary
There is a slight chance that the trans may have to be reprogrammed since its not the original one from the car(i wouldnt worry about that yet)



thank you :)

first about mileage they told me they dont know how much its :(, and they will add new original transmission fluid after install, at next Sunday they will replace it and i hope it ok, they will give me warranty for 15 days only so i ask how can i know its ok, however i will keep you update

Thank you again.


gsferraro
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Nov 11, 2014, 6:06 AM

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Make sure they use synthetic fluid only, it should take dextron 6, but if you use a fully synthetic it should be able to adapt. Gary


hoja
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Nov 17, 2014, 5:40 AM

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Hi today i start use my car again

the Mechanic replace my Transmission with a 2nd hand one ( used one) and im try car today i feel it normal
i try to drive at low speed and at high speed and everything is ok, but i will keep it under test for more 2 days and i will keep you update.

than you


gsferraro
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Nov 17, 2014, 5:53 AM

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Glad its working, Just to let you know the transmission does have adaptive learning, but it only adapts when trans oil temp is 140F or more and no codes are present in the tcm. Thanks for the update. Gary






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