No only once when i first got the thing, no AT light only the vtm light. and only after i was trying to get over some rock ridge in Banner CA on my way to the desert.Did you ever see an A/T light or VTM-4 flashing light indicating an over temp condition?
Any idea if you had wheel spin in the rear (1 or 2 wheels?) on that hill you were unable to climb at the 2:40 point?
Here's what the OM has to say about the VTM-4 light and the A/T Temp light:The VTM-4 and flashing D lights are not common. If you see the VTM-4 light on or flashing, the rear differential has overheated and you should change the VTM-4 fluid as soon as possible. If the D light is flashing, the transmission has overheated and you should replace the ATF fluid as soon as possible. It the D light turns red, there is a failure in the transmission. At least I think that is what the different indicators mean. I could be wrong :act018:
Mine VTM-4 Light came on only after having gone through a very tough (for it) trail and having to pick my way through a rock field by riding high on every small boulder i could find after about 5 minutes of this the vtm-4 light came on. however, i was super hard on it, and spinning my wheels alot.Here's what the OM has to say about the VTM-4 light and the A/T Temp light:
I couldn't find any reference to the D light turning red.
In-case anyone was wondering the location is Ocotillo, Ca. That's the Narrow gauge Rail Road behind us that USG uses to bring mica and other raw materials back to the Plaster plant in Plaster City, CA.