If you notice a flashing or blinking light in the dash of your vehicle, it may be setting a trouble code. You need to get this looked at right away. Often times simple electronic issues could be resolved without having to rebuild or replace the transmission if they are addressed promptly. Late model computer controlled vehicles are equipped with several different on-board control modules. As the vehicle malfunctions a signal is sent to the appropriate module where it is stored in the memory as a trouble code. We are able to retrieve trouble codes by connecting our diagnostic equipment/scanners to your vehicle. The information that we read with our scanners will point us in the direction of the source of the problem. Often times, defective shift solenoids, sensors or wiring issues are the culprits. Don’t assume that just because your transmission isn’t shifting properly that it needs to be rebuilt or replaced.