These codes are indicating a transmission problem. Now there is a couple of tests for you to perform if you like. One is a drive test that you can do and then pull the codes again to see what is still present.
The other is a pin test. I say clear the codes and then do the drive test and see what codes come back. Here is how the drive test is to be done ok.
First warm the engine up to normal operating temp. Ensure that the transmission is full. Now put the truck into into drive and press the O/D switch to turn off overdrive. Your light should be on. Now get up to 40mph and hold it there for 15 sec (30 seconds if you are 4000 ft elevation or more). Now push the O/D button to go into overdrive and accel to 50 mph and hold for 15 sec (30 if above 4000 ft). Now while maintaining your speed use your other foot and light press on the brake pedal (just enough to make the lights come on) now maintain 50mph for another 5 secs. Now bring the truck to a stop for 20 seconds while keeping it in drive (like you are at a stoplight for 20 seconds). This driving cycle need to be done 5 times then we need to see what codes come back. If the codes come back then you will need to have a digital multi meter so we can do some pin tests at the transmission wire harness ok. Let me know how it goes.
Monday, December 21st, 2020 AT 1:17 PM