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In regards to the tranny issue, I have seen it alot of time where the tranny seems to be fine in stock form and as soon as you put a chip with some power to it, then it will start slipping. The tranny was prolly already getting ready to go on a hiatus anyway. Now I'm not saying this is for sure what happened, but it does.
Now as far as the positions not working right, that could be from a number of reasons, in a perfect world, the chips never have an issue when the tuner burns them and then the customer never has an issue putting the chip on the truck, in the real world, sometimes when we burn a chip something might glitch in the process and that position won't work, I can reburn the chip with the exact same programs and not have a problem at all. Sometimes its the truck, sometimes there is just a smidge of silicone that gets left on the pcm and it messes with things.
Personally, I would just call Cale and let him know what was going on and see what he says. I would be willing to bet that they know a couple of things about trannys at the shop and can prolly give you some ideas. Hope that helps!
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