Hi everyone,
I recently changed the conductor plate on my 722.6 transmission because of limp mode/shifting problems. Now I got it all back together reset the TCU and put it in drive and got nothing also reverse got nothing i was expecting worst case the problem stayed the same not gotten worse. Anyway the torque converter is fine the transmission itself is fine I'm wondering if I screwed up an electrical connection or linkage or something putting it back together. Any help would be much appreciated

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Visitor, 2017-08-28

When you reinstall the valve body there is a shifter link that you need to align with the correct lever in the valve body. That may be not inserted correctly. The other possibility is that the 13 pin connector is not pushed all the way in but I think this is less likely.

I would drop down the transmission oil pan and inspect the valve body and the shifter link I am talking about.

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