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4L30E transmission control Module 1999 Isuzu Rodeo 2wd

I have torn apart the interior looking for the TCM and have found everything but. I am trying to diagnose a inop 1 and 2nd gear problem. reverse, 3rd and 4th work. I think I have a bad band or servo for band. But want to make sure.

Were is the TCM located?

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    yes the same

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Left of drivers side column, two connectors on module

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Should be on the driver's side under the dash

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no model stated. (wild guess RODEO)
no year stated, 1991 to 2001 used.
no engine size state or of gas(petrol) or diesel
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load
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this are all sensors. every one.

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buy the tool.
rent it.
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not at all.
is car in USA?


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this is true for all TCM made , all

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