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#1 1Quickgn

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Posted 14 June 2005 - 01:48 PM

I just purchased a 91 Legacy wagon that lightly ran into the back end of a pick-up truck, damaging the hood, headlights, radiator and core support. The core support was pushed back approx 2-3 inches. I went to put the car on a trailer, but it couldn't make it up the incline under it's own power. All fluids are good. It feels as if it's stuck in 3rd gear, reverse works fine with plenty of power. I've never owned one of these cars, and was wondering how to pull the transmission trouble codes. Also, where is the transmission control module located, and are the expensive to replace? I think the police towed the car from the accident site about 40 miles with the drive shaft connected.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Posted 14 June 2005 - 02:34 PM

Since it has plenty of power in reverse, I would save yourself all that trouble and just back it up onto the trailer. :banana:




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