Originally Posted by curtiscorcoran
Thanks for the advice. I looked at all the grounds around the top of the engine compartment today and cleaned and tightened everything but not sure where the additional ground straps are under the vehicle? Nothing seemed loose or hanging that was obvious.
I also checked my starter yellow wire and noticed a little bubble on the connector so I added some dielectric grease and think this could have been what was causing no cranking at times on the starter (unless the starter is starting to go out itself). I don’t know if that could cause any issues with TCM codes by it pulling too much power from it during startup and sending it into Limp Mode? I’ve also heard people spraying the TCM connectors with grease but it surely can’t be that easy.
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