It seems that every time we bring these trucks in for service the first thing the dealer wants to do is install new batteries. If the new shifter did come with new sensors, basically your saying everything has been replaced but the main transmission control unit. Make sure shifter is in neutral. Also another driver in another forum said that he changed his oil and it fixed his problem? Note: If the codes have been successfully cleared, the service lamp will come on and stay on for five seconds. To retrive active fault codes starting with the key on engine running or not turn key off then back on 2 times in 5 seconds ending with the key on.
AutoShift will attempt to shift into neutral. If I stop and turn the engine off and try to let the gears recycle it won't start. Two digit fault codes will be displayed in the gear display. Service Reports The Service Report features allows you to record service activities performed on a vehicle for future reference. A one or two second pause separates each stored code, and the sequence automatically repeats after all codes have been flashed.
Since everything else has been changed, including the harness, I would try these sensors. If no codes are active, the gear display will flash code 25 no codes. That rebuild cost me over 3000. If the engine is already running, you may still retrieve codes, however, do not engage the starter if engine stalls. This may have to be done several times before the transmission learns. They do stand behind their products. So if the tcu doesn't work it would be almost impossible for me to bring it back to have old one put back in because I live on the other side of the country and believe me if I finally make it home I am not coming back! Just take good care of them and you will enjoy driving an auto transmission.
When I did a clutch job on the truck which was prompted by that slave cylinder falling right off one day. When first starting up and after changing loads, AutoShift needs to adapt to the changing conditions of the vehicle. After five seconds, the gear display begins flashing two-digit fault codes. I had a like problem flashed F ,and locked up in 10th gear ,stopped and disconnected main power to the batteries for about 20-30 mins then hooked power back up and it was fine until,I got over to lincoln,ne and started giving me problems. The dealer should be helping you with this since they have been throwing alot of expensive parts at this with out a proper repair. Place the shift lever in neutral. If there are no active codes the gear display will show code 25.
Note: If the codes have been successfully cleared, the service lamp will come on and stay on for five seconds. Is Eaton going to help out at all with the price of the parts? To start engine turn key off and wait for the transmission to power down. I will also point out that on my truck the slave cylinder on the clutch came in the vertical position and was not robust at all. If you seems to have major problem with them then there's something very wrong with both your electrical and air systems, which should be working right before the transimssion works the way it should. Some faults will not allow the AutoShift to shift into other gears.
Place the shift lever in neutral. I just replaced one sensor yesterday on side of the road yesterday. They are mounted on the x-y shifter, so check to make sure the shifter didn't come with new ones. Also with battery located ones, check the connection, found that to be common problem. The motors are not working properly and causing the tranny to get stuck in gear.
Rail select sensor and gear select sensor. I have been here in a hotel since tuesday night and they are saying that it will be tuesday of next week before the tcu will arrive!. For a quick fix to get back on the road, pull the fuse for Tcm and let it sit for a minute or two, this will reset the computer and get you going again till the next time it get stuck in gear. I have a 10 speed smart shift 3 pedal system. After five seconds, the gear display begins flashing two-digit fault codes.
But eventually it will just quit shifting all together. I went to Eldons shop he replaced the speed sensor and its was fine. To retrive inactive codes turn key off and on 4 times in 5 seconds. This issue always starts with a few codes, then you will experience nothing for a while, then the darn thing will start beeping to beat the band. To start engine turn key off and wait for the transmission to power down.
On the newer truck, they could be located in the fuse panel or separated fuse block on the fire wall somewhere. If a shift is required while in cruise, AutoShift will interrupt cruise while performing the shift and automatically re-engage cruise after the shift is complete. I would be surprised if they don't do something for you! I had all the grounding checked and I replaced 4 of the 8 batteries and its still acting up. It usually happens when downshifts and can also cause a no start issue if the computer doesn't see it is neutral. Any assistance or clues would be highly appreciated.
Ended up doing splitter sleeve, splitter fork,servicing range valve and found auxiliary gear badly pitted so changed. Configurations The Configuration function allows you to view and change the current configuration of the detected Eaton products on the vehicle. If the down arrows continue to flash after selecting a starting gear even after pushing the clutch pedal all the way to the floor and waiting several seconds, it means that the input shaft has not slowed down enough to engage the gear. Truck had been acting up for the past 2 months. A one or two second pause separates each stored code, and the sequence automatically repeats after all codes have been flashed.