Re: 2002 9-5 Automatic Transmission issue. - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
I don't know much about the internal workings of this Aisin transmission.
I would instead focus on the Fluid Level, since the effective level will be so different doing a steep reverse than you'd get under any other set of circumstances. You may have the fluid level close enough when the Saab is being used under normal circumstances but in this exceptional situation, it is too far out of specifications.
Can you visualize, just not backing up steep grades? You could do another fluid R + R and use a different approach to establish your end fluid level, then drive the thing and see what you got.
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