Originally Posted by Donnell Luckie Jr.
Sorry for the confusion. I'm able to start the car from the starter relay position, not jumpstarting. I've checked the EGS and there is no fluid that has wicked up there. No evidence of fluid on the trans connector either. Unable to start because live data is showing the Y3/6s1 starter lockout contact is closed and I've already changed the conductor plate. Prior to the no start the car would start and drive normal with an occasional soft limp mode and I would just shut the car off and restart and it would be back to normal. I'm thinking my diagnostic unit is not able to reset the transmission code which is enabling the start.
OK, I think you, seriously, need an SDS diagnostics check to find the real fault codes in order to avoid wasting more money changing parts that do not need changing. Once you have these codes serious diagnostics can begin. When you say starter relay position you do mean the key in the ignition turned to run?