Question about 1992 Plymouth Laser
The transmission control module in reality is the ECM for these cars, 1990-1994 Eclipse, Talon and Laser. The transmission inputs and outputs are a portion of the ECM, along with all the engine management inputs and outputs. Mitsubishi tech manual has this information. There is no separate TCM from the ECM it is incorporated into one box.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
It is not a main computer problem but the transmission control module. the engine speed sensor sends a signal to the main computer(ECM) which then in turn sends the signal to the trans mission control module. the cost of this can be pretty steep if you go to a dealership, however if you go to a local parts place like Napa the cost will be half. one last thing to check is to have a diagnostic scan tool hooked up this will tell you what codes are showing and i'm sure there are some. ythey will clear the codes for you. also if a solenoid inside the trans mission is the problem and sometimes they are because of gummed up fluid they can replace it for even less.. hope this helps...please rate this thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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