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Trouble Code: System: Subsystem: U0114 - (ASE)
Fuel and Air Metering
Lost Communication With FourWheel Drive Clutch Control Module
you may have blow fuse or wiring issue, or a bad 4x4 control module
1st thing I would try after confirming the fuse is good, is disconnecting the black/negative side of the battery and see if the ECM computer resets itself and all the other modules... if not you can always try reprogramming your TCM but it would be best to have a professional assess it.
on most casrs, and For sure OLD cars. 90s
the OD warns you that the TCM is very unhappy
what is TCM tha that is the tranny brain.
(it shifts the tranny for you)
what we do is scan, it. in most cases its a jumper wire on a diagnostic connector, and it flashes out DTC error codes.
this is covered in the FSM, book. (factory service manual)
the operators guide tells this too, long lost im sure.
U0100 is lost communication with the PCM (on board computer that controls everything) the U0101 is no communication with the TCM (transmission Control Module. I have read where a lot of people have had no luck trying to fix this and the delaers charge big bucks for it. typically the problem starts shortly after being jump started or having to jump start someone else and hooking the cables up properly. it can also just happen over time which is another of the many reasons i hate new cars. one fix i saw was to remove the positive battery cable and let it sit for 15-30 minutes then ground the positive cable out for 20 seconds before reconnecting it to the battery again, this may not work and if it doesn't it will require either the TCM be replaced or the dealer to have to dig into your car and charge you big time for the work. hope that helps
little side note i have seen some of these error messages cleared up by cleaning up the ground contacts for the TCM and even one fella had some luck replacing the speed control sensor in his and the lights all went away and it ran fine after that.
For a P0700 the only real solution is to acquire a scan tool that will communicate with the transmission control module. Extracting this code from the TCM will be the first step in repairing the fault in the transmission. If the TCM compatible scan tool will not communicate with the Transmission Control Module then that is a good indication that there may be a fault with the TCM itself.
P1611 = MIL request signal circuit
low inputMIL-on Request
This code is set when the MIL On Request from the TCM (Transmission Control Module) has/had a problem getting the information to the ECU (Engine Control Module). In the 98 Elantra, there are two separate computer modules; one for the engine, the other for the transmission. (both located under the dash Driver's side. The diagnostic procedure specifies the wiring between the ECM & TCM be checked for any damage/defects. If none found, then replace the TCM with a new one to see if the problem (code) occurs again. If communication between TCM & ECM is corrected, you should have a ****** code related to the MIL On Request from the TCM (****** codes begin with P07 w/the next two digits (??) identifying the specific transmission component/malfunction).
You can also Go to www.hmaservice.com and register your vehicle by VIN #.. you'll then have access to wiring diagrams, shop & owner manuals, service bulletins, campaigns, illustrations and procedures, etc
"your code is a communication loss code between the TCM and the other module(s). It's not uncommon for the wiring problems to develop in the harness that runs from the PCM in frt of the battery to the TCM on the Pass side inner fender. Look around where the harness is tie strapped to the trans pan. it's commonfor the wires to break or be fullof water especially after somebody has had the pan off or the tranny has been removed for repair. Can also be a wiring problem right at the PCM or TCM connector or the TCM itself although not as likely as a wiring issue. when communication is lost the transmission will go into limp mode which is 2nd gear and stay there. Sometimes it will come back every time the van is shut off. Not an easy fix but on the plus side not an overly expensive one if you're gonna tackle it yourself. You'll need a scanner that will give you input and output speed sensor readings and a wiring diagram. TCM's should be reasonably cheap used or even new, not sure haven't priced one in forever and the wrecking yard are full of them and even the connector(s) should they be required"
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