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In This Issue
- The Best of Times… The Worst of Times
- TIPM Problems! Intermittent Fail Safe, Codes, Related Concerns and Solutions
- The Calm Side of Chaos
- 66RFE, Are Your Plugs in Place?
- An Introduction to the 2020 10-Speed Allison
- ETE REMAN: Shifting Forward
- 6L80/90E Park Rod: “A Closer Look”
- Programming: Part V – Vehicles from Asia
- Google is King and Mobile is Prince!
- How Are You Testing?
- Do You Want to Be a Millionaire?
- The Virtual Era
- Weaver Transmission Service, Inc. – Life is a Marathon
- ATRA’s Powertrain Expo 2020 Guide
- Powertrain Industry News
- Shoppers and Classified