W T E C I I I E L E C T R O N I C C O N T R O L S T R O U B L E S H O O T I N G M A N U A L
3. Manual Some active indicators can be cleared manually, while in the diagnostic display mode,
after the condition causing the code is corrected.
Manually Clearing Codes and Active Indicators from the Code List. To clear active indicators or
1. Enter the diagnostic display mode.
2. Press and hold the MODE button for approximately three seconds until the LED indicator flashes.
All active indicators are cleared. To remove all inactive codes, press and hold the MODE button
for about ten seconds until the LED indicator flashes again. All active indicators will be cleared at
ECU power down.
3. Codes that cannot be manually cleared will remain.
Exiting the diagnostic display mode. Exit the diagnostic display mode using one of the following
1. On a pushbutton shift selector, press the (Up) and ( Down) arrow buttons at the same time or
press any range button, D, N, or R. The shift (D, N, or R) is commanded if not inhibited by an
2. On a lever shift selector, momentarily press the display mode button or move the shift lever to any
shift position other than the one it was in when the diagnostic display mode was activated. If the
shift is inhibited, the ECU will continue to command the current transmission range attained and the
lever should be returned to its original position.
3. Wait until timeout (approximately 10 minutes) and the system will automatically return to the
normal operating mode.
4. Turn off power to the ECU (turn off the vehicle engine at the ignition switch).
DIAGNOSTIC CODE RESPONSE
The following ECU responses to a fault provide for safe transmission operation:
Do Not Shift (DNS) Response
Release lockup clutch and inhibit lockup operation.
Inhibit all shifts.
Turn on the CHECK TRANS light.
Display the range attained.
Ignore any range selection inputs from the pushbutton or lever shift selector.
Do Not Adapt (DNA) Response
The ECU stops adaptive shift control while the code is active. Do not adapt shifts when a code with
the DNA response is active.
If an active indicator is cleared while the transmission is locked in a forward range or
reverse (fail-to-range), the transmission will remain in the forward range or reverse after
the clearing procedure is completed. Neutral must be manually selected.