He has a PM'd several times in the past, but we weren't able to get it fixed via the internet...Sometimes you gotta see stuff to fix it...It is very difficult when several people have had their hands all over it..God knows what they did....Jason
HelloWell the first thing that doesn't sound right, is that if you're getting a gearbox light, you definitely should have gearbox codes. The codes are what sets off the light.
The second thing, is that is quite the array of parts to be changed with no results from the scan tools. Just changing things blindly doesn't seem right, there should be a diagnostic reason some parts were selected to be replaced.
The thing that shows up to me is that you had the clutch replaced, and everything was fine for a while, and then the PIS was set and now it won't move. It could be as simple as the PIS being set too tight and the car stalling out. Unfortunately for you, you either need to get a competent mechanic, or a scantool yourself and start giving us specific readouts. A working scantool will let you engage each gear individually, measure the clutch position while its moving and engaging, measure system pressure, check the throttle position and torque requests so you can make sure the ECU/TCU are talking to each other etc. So you can definitely work out what isn't working, but you either need to take a DIY interest or fly someone over who can fix it. Craig Waterman is still active, though hard to reach, and @[email protected] Enzo`s Atlanta seems to have some old hat experience.
Yes i have contacted Jason in the past and he was very helpfull in trying to help me figure it out.
I am in Vegas and Maserati wants 10k just to pull the car into there shop as a spending limit and i feel that it will cost me that even tho i purchased and installed all the parts that points to the problem.
Yes i did replace items that are inexpensive and easy just to try and solve the problem but did not work.
I have had a tech that worked on these cars for years and cant figure it out.
I do everything myself as i lived in a garage and am a certified Industrial mechanic.
The PIS was correct when hooked up to Leo scanner and F1 pump pressure was at 43 Bar.
I'm just not too sure that the tech was an expert at using the scanner which was just updated.
I am willing to fly someone to Vegas and set them up in a hotel and pay them to fix at my shop as long as i can get the car fixed.