Q: High transmission revving, check engine light and TSC light on

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Hello. While I'm driving my car, there is increased revving of the transmission and the dashboard shows TSC light and Check Engine light illuminated. If I stop the car and start it up again, this issues disappear but only for a short time. How can I fix this? I appreciate your help.

Hello. Since the Check Engine Light is on, I would usually scan the computer for codes first. This would give me a good indication of what is going on. Most of the time when the transmission acts like this and these lights come on, it is because of a transmission speed sensor or a failing transmission solenoid. It can also be another sensor, but that is not as common. If you need to have this looked at, consider YourMechanic, as a certified mechanic can come to your home or office to diagnose your Check Engine Light and take care of any other problems your car may be having.

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