Thanks for the response. I'm not sure about the P0101 code and the sound deadner either. However, there was no charge for that correction so I suspect that it was something they did in replacing the transmission. The history is that each time I take the car in for anything other than an oil change, I have to take it back for them to correct a problem caused by them. This is the dealership, and they wonder why they're losing their market share.
To followup on my recent problem of the SES message. I started to take the car in for diagnosis and as I backed out of my garage, the message went away. The event occurred on 12/31/09 and went out on 1/4/10. I use Chevron Supreme and I don't fill up when the station is being refilled. I realize, of course, that it could have been refilled just prior. The point is that I try to be careful where and how I add gas. Anyway, with no message, I understand that the code is cleared from memory. Do you know of any way to run a diagnostic on the central processor? Those devices do have their issues some times.
By the way, I appreciate your advice and would like to donate, however, I just terminated all of my credit cards until this new change is in place an understood. If it isn't to my liking I will not reactivate them. So is there any other way that I can send a donation?
The last 8 of my vin are YU146866.
Thursday, January 7th, 2010 AT 11:27 AM