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Old 12-16-2018
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Hi I'm stuck in a French toll both 94 wb trans won't go in gear do not shift light is flashing, I need to get out of both, is there an override, or what could be the cause
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If idle speed is too high it wont go in gear
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The largest single issue I can find with your model coach is voltage. Bad connections in the cannon plug pins, and bad gounds. You can try shutting off the engine and restarting then putting in gear. This has worked for some. Good luck.
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Edited my post after rereading yours. I don't have a better answer than Rick. The transmission ECM is in the bay under th driver window, with the generator fan and radiator. It is up on the right hand wall.
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Theres also a pressure switch on the curb side frame rail back under the engine,its an engine oil pressure switch that tells the transmission the engine is running,if its not telling the trans the engine is running it may not shift.
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when my 94wb did that i could put it in rev. until i hear gears ingage then drive work for a while when i got home i fixed trans
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Got going, possible overheating message, although gauge says 170 degrees
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Cool to see a bird across the pond! Good luck with your repair.
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Start with the basics?
How is the fluid level?
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Got going, possible overheating message, although gauge says 170 degrees
When you have time Mick, type in "Do Not Shift Light in the Google Custom Search box at the top of the thread. You will get multi hits on your issue.
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