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Old 09-17-2009, 08:03 PM
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tranny learning?

Do the 5r110w trannies need to learn new tunes? not sure what happened the other night, had the truck tuned for awhile now, blew a HG so ran it stock for about a week before doing the HG & stud job, well got done puttin in the studs and ran it stock for a day before i re-tuned it.. took it easy on it for a couple hundred miles, well i decided it was time to lay into it. so i got on it on strait, held it at WOT till about 80mph or so. coasted for a bit, ran it back at WOT to about 90mph, well i took a right turn and about halfway through the turn i mashed on it, spun the tires through first into second and when the truck went to shift into third it missed the shift and pegged the rev. limiter. i left off right away and it banged into third. i got a factory reman 5r110 with tripple disk TC about 8mo, 12k ago?? any thoughts as to what happened? thanks
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Old 09-17-2009, 08:18 PM
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Probably put it into shock. Mine does this all the time minus the banging into 3rd but it will rev up between the 2nd to 3rd shift.
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Since you upgraded your TC, did you advise your tuner about that ? Also yes there is a learning process for the 5R110. Theres a certain drive process you have to go through, the spikes and flares is pretty much the tranny adapting to the different shift points and pressures etc.
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Old 10-07-2009, 07:58 PM
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I just tuned mine also and it did pretty much the same thing. But mine was fine at first when i did it but now it throws into gears and seems like it takes forever to shift. Also has the high revs. Thinks its just learning???
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