Take it easy until you figure out the shifting issue, don't want to damage anything. May just need some tune refinement assuming it is not stock.
Only one serious tuner here in France , 300miles away from home. Waiting to have the opportunity to get there ( he’s known to own a 800hp wagon )Take it easy until you figure out the shifting issue, don't want to damage anything. May just need some tune refinement assuming it is not stock.
I’ve got a chinese tech2, i could re launch learning indeed. I’ll keep you posted.You can also try to unhook your battery overnight to reset the Trans Adapt shifts and see if that helps. Just know when you hook it back up it will shift worse until it settles down and "relearns" the shifts.
I heard mobil 1 has a specific trans fluid they recommend on corvetteforum. Maybe its this one you’re talking about ? Any references ?If the shifts are erratic and harsh change to synthetic transmission fluid. I did my transmission fluid change and used the Factory GM fluid only to find that it shifted worse than the original fluid. I found a service bulletin that stated the fluid needed to be GM synthetic. I changed it again, the next weekend, and the erratic and harsh shifting is now gone.
thanks for your kind words.Welcome. Nice ride for sure, the all clear tail lights are interesting, I believe those are stock for the euro spec models.
Numerous good suggestions here for your trans shifting issue.
I’m going to go out a limb here but since your CTS-V is a 2009 I’m fairly confident that the color is actually called Blue Diamond Tri-Coat. Especially with all the metallic flake in the final pic in direct sun light. That color was only available in 2009 MY, pretty rare actually. Glacier Blue Metallic wasn’t offered until later in the Gen 2 CTS-V, maybe 2012 or 2013 MY.
This forum is a data bank of useful info. Cheers!