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Old 08-25-2019, 01:52 PM   #11
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Default Re: Reversing the Dr. A RSN fix wasn't a good idea

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I presume I should drain the TC when changing to a MB spec. oil? Thanks!
I would. No filter change. TC and pan drain with extended drip time. Maybe drip overnight? Beyond that I wouldn't worry about the little bit of ATF +4 left in the recesses of the transmission.

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Default Re: Transmission slipping/caughing, hard to diagnose

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hi phil,
do you have access to a good scanner to re set the TCM module?..I have a solus pro, and it took a couple of times to get it right..after which, it still seems to take a while to "learn" your driving style...mine nice now.
just out of interest..where did you get the new, un-drilled plate?..i have a drilled one and want a un drilled spare .
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Take it to some one that can weld it for you. I welded mine on both side and ground it, sand it, and it works fine. See a picture of it below...

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