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Edit: I did some searching before posting and didnt find much relating to this.

Fluid pressure sensor and shift solenoids were slowly going out when i purchased this car second hand. They failed one day and it wouldn’t drive; so I replaced the valve body after getting shift solenoids codes.

Fast forward a few weeks, I’m driving to work and something pops/makes a noise down there for a second, clutch disengages, lose all tranny power again and have to get towed home.

Original code for this issue was the Sensor A circuit. So I replaced what I thought was Sensor A, try to back the car up, still no power. Check the new code and now it’s sensor b. Check my Haynes manual and realize I’ve already replaced sensor b, so I go ahead and replace sensor A and cleaned out the harnesses. Still can’t get any power to the tranny.

Attached is a pic of the failed sensor B. Not seen is a chip in the sensor, presumably from that piece of metal I’m hoping isn’t my belt - although I’d have a code for belt catastrophe too, right? I’ve seen that code in a list.

Any help so I don’t lose my sanity would be much appreciated. <3 I’ve even traced the wiring harness back to under the air intake manifold and it all looks good, can’t see anything that would indicate a short anywhere. Unless it’s shorted under the manifold, cause I kinda can’t take mine off....stripped bolt =\
 

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If that piece of metal was stuck to the sensor when it came out the sensor will cease to work, it absolutely cannot have a piece of metal stuck to it to read properly.

And if that is a piece of the belt straps that hold the hundreds of belt keys together to form the belt, you have much bigger trouble, the chain or belt is coming apart. Why it won't grab to drive the trans.
 
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