Originally Posted by akeyzoo
Check fluid, then go to an Allison shop to have it diagnosed.
That will probably work.... but it sure won't be inexpensive
While traveling in '02 I had to have CoachNet tow my coach to an Allison shop, (Detroit Diesel in Bloomington, MN), to diagnose and correct an Allison M3060 "Do Not Shift" condition.
They found a bad 14 ga, wire, which is supposed
provide 12VDC from the chassis battery to the Allison VIM, (Vehicle Interface Module)
After replacing only that 15'
copper wire they attempted
to charge me $2,400!
When I flatly refused
to pay that ridiculous
price they settled for only
Did I get a bargain
or what?.........(It still feels like I got or what