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Old 05-01-2015, 11:39 AM   #1
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stalled-Help- reverse problem

Drove on to rack - couldn't reverse to get off-finally got it into reverse, but
stalled & won't respond. Now across driveway with blocking all ingress & egress. Airstream 2002 v10 Allison transmission. Had gotten into reverse
by pushing brake all the way to bottom before trying to get in reverse.
There is no normal click sound when attempting to change gears as if will not engage. Anyone with similar problem in the past? Suggestions?

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Old 05-01-2015, 11:46 AM   #2
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Sorry your here with problems.
V-10 with an Allison transmission
I didn't know such a combination existed.
What chassis is your coach on ?


EDIT: Are the brake light working ? Have you checked all the fuses ?
What repairs was the coach in the shop for?
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It sounds like the shift linkage is disconnected.
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Could be a number of things, you need to have your computer scanned and see what codes are stored. Could be anything from a faulty ignition switch not supplying power to the transmission control module, the TCM itself could be bad, a faulty ground or wiring short or a faulty pressure switch manifold. Too many possibilities to guess without having the computer scanned...
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