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Old 01-26-2006, 08:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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TRANNY HELP 4L60E (code 83)

I'm getting a code 83 and I can't figure out what it means?? anybody have any experance with this code??the tranny is a 95 out of a jimmy mated to a 4.3 that's in my toyota. Thanks for any help




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Old 01-27-2006, 09:27 AM   #3 (permalink)
 
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What is/are the problems

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isn't that a code for one of the shift solenoids?

how'd you come up with the code #?
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code 83 is tcc/pwm circuit failure. gonna be a couple of different things possible bad solenoid, wiring harness or a power supply problem. start off checking the easy stuff like the transmission wiring both internal and external. then test the solenoid and check to see if computer is supplying proper ground and power signals.
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is that one of the codes that could be triggered by low voltage? i've seen it a ew times on the gm rigs. a couple of them were caused by bad alternators.
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that code can be triggered by low voltage/high voltage.
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the tranny works fine for now. I used a jumper wire and check code with the flashing check engine light. I found code 81 and 82 are shift solenoid codes(not getting these).

I also reset codes and then hooked up batt and checked codes again before starting or moving and code 83 came up right away??


little history just put a new 4.3 in with a big cam and I bought a new prom with cam specs add to it for the engine. Not sure if that has anything to do with it or not ??What is tcc and PWM??
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tcc stands for torque converter clutch and pwm stands for pulse with modulation. pwm is the lock up strategy for the lock up torque converter. basically the computer can command anywhere from 0% to 100% percent lock up depending on temp, speed, throttle position and some other sensor readings.
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tcc stands for torque converter clutch and pwm stands for pulse with modulation. pwm is the lock up strategy for the lock up torque converter. basically the computer can command anywhere from 0% to 100% percent lock up depending on temp, speed, throttle position and some other sensor readings.


would I get that code if I over power the tranny??I just built the 4.3 and it pulls hard and shifts at 5300 rpm at wide open throttle.
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engine rpm should not have a bearing on that
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code 83 is tcc/pwm circuit failure. gonna be a couple of different things possible bad solenoid, wiring harness or a power supply problem. start off checking the easy stuff like the transmission wiring both internal and external. then test the solenoid and check to see if computer is supplying proper ground and power signals.

I will check the wiring. What solenoid are you talking about?? and how do you chek it??



Just wanted to thank everyone for there input and help. I hope I can get this figured out soon
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