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    Posted: 15 Sep 2011 at 9:41pm
Kia Orana people from sunny Rarotonga. I have a 1997 Nissan Primera Engine no SR20 (VE) 2.0L Twin Cam VVL Transmission RE060FA Hyper CV- M6

Gears not changing, stuck in first gear even when manual mode selected, reverse is OK. No diagnostic scanner available, any help with manually extracting fault codes. CVT lamp is flashing 16 times.

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hello and welcome to npoc. you have to post pictures of your car, sounds a great one.
 
not sure about problems with the the gearbox, not many on here with that particular type, hopefully someone in the know of auto boxes, might have an idea
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the Hyper CVT M6 transmission info is in the free factory service manual on this site, download the one for the P11-144 and the info is in there in the file at.pdf :)

To help we need the self diagnostic information from the transmission - here's how to get it.

TCM Self-diagnostic Procedure (No Tools)

Preparation
1. Turn ignition switch to “OFF” position.
2. Disconnect the throttle position switch harness connector.
3. Turn ignition switch to “ON” position.
4. Check continuity of the closed throttle position switch.
Continuity should exist.
(If continuity does not exist, check throttle opener and
closed throttle position switch. Then increase vacuum
until closed throttle position switch shows continuity.)
5. Connect the throttle position switch harness connector.
6. Warm up the engine.
7. Turn the ignition switch from ON to OFF two more times, and
then turn to OFF.
8. In the “P” position of the selector lever, turn the ignition switch
ON, and verify that the CVT warning lamp turns on for about
2 seconds.
9. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
10. Press the brake pedal, and shift the selector lever to the “D”
position.
11. Turn the ignition switch ON.
12. Release the brake, and shift the selector lever to the “L” position.
13. Fully depress both brake and accelerator pedals all the way to
the floor. Without releasing the brake and accelerator pedals,
shift the selector lever to the “D” position.
14. Read the display from the CVT warning lamp to complete the
diagnosis.

Now, you'll get a flash code on the CVT lamp, one long flash followed by some more flashes, one of these will be or should be longer than the others, we need to know which one it is, that will help identify what's gone wrong.
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