I bought this car already in limp mode . I scanned with my scanner, and got the code 0715 . So i put the car up on my ramps, and jackstands, popped the tranny pan drain bolt and let it drain overnight . Following day,  i dropped pan, unplugged the 13 pin connector, dropped the valve body and replaced the conductor plate . Still in limp mode . Had battery disconnected while doing all of this . Anything else ? I like this car, but im already fed up . Replaced fluid and filter as well .

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Now you need a scanner that can erase codes from the transmission control unit so you can reset the TCU. On your car it has to be done via the 38 pin connector under the hood. 

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