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I m having with my volvo s60 2.0T 2011 transmission control module issue

My car is having Transmission control module issue .. i went to the volvo today.. they said need to change the TCM sensor is faulty so needs to replace ., my car is only 3years old. and my warranty finished december 2013,, wat can be the issue please help me.

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If you are technically minded buy a bluetooth OBD2 plug and download Torque Pro Android app. This will allow you to reset the codes yourself and ensure there is a genuine fault and not an intermittent issue. Cost was around $30AUS.

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the transmission on 6 cylinder has problems the best way is to replace from volvo to rebuild the trans is only short fix or no fix at all only way the right way is to get trans from volvo dealer all parts are new inside

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SOURCE: I have a 1992 volvo 960 and the transmission needs to be fixed

The tranmission is shared with the Toyota Cressida 82-87 model (that's the A43DE in Toyota speak if yours is a AW30-43) Yours is either a AW30-43 or AW30-40. Go to Wikipedia to get the equvalent of yours. Try Aisin Warner on Wikipedia. No need to pay top dollar at Volvo wreckers when a Toyota one will fit (just swap the bell housing and switches/controls) Remember the labour to swap is only three hours just make sure you totally flush the old fluid out (7.5 litres) & new front & rear seals go on the replacement gearbox and that the extension housing bushing is OK. Good luck.

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depends what they are going to do to it. ask what type of service needs to be done. it could only be a transmission flush.

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SOURCE: I have a 2000 Volvo s40. Yesterday my automatic

I would change out the transmission fluid and put some transmission additives in there, see how the transmission shifts after that. Worse case have the transmission rebuilt.

The struts are about $150 apiece plus labor. If the car runs fine besides those two problems I would fix it and keep it, it's alot cheaper than a car payment.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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  1. The flashing arrow indicates a fault code has been set in the Transmission Control Module (TCM).
  2. With the key in the ignition and turned on, foot on the brake pedal, move the gear shift lever thru the range of gears, back and forth, do this about 20 times. Then try to start.
To Check the Codes on the TCM:
  1. Go to the diagnostic test box (front right side under the hood)test box A plug the pigtail into A-1 and begin reading and recording the codes.
  2. Ignition in on position. Stored Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) can be read off and erased in DTM 1.
  3. A short press on the button on the DLC will start the DTC read-off procedure.
  4. If the control module replies by flashing code 1-1-1 no faults have been registered, so no DTCs have been stored.
  5. If the control module replies using any other flashing code sequence it is a DTC that has been stored.
If you are unable to check the codes yourself, have a Volve dealer check the codes on the TCM to find out what is failing.

If you can get the code off of the TCM, here is a site with a list of the codes and their meanings: http://www.matthewsvolvosite.com/volvo-repair-database/volvo-850-trouble-codes/


The procedure for erasing stored DTCs is as follows:
  1. Ignition ON
  2. Press the button on the DLC and hold down for more than five seconds. Release the button.
    Wait for the LED to light.
  3. Press the button again and hold down for more than five seconds. Release the button.
  4. Make sure that the DTC's have been cleared by reading off the DTCs again.
  5. Also you can disconnect the battery for 5 minutes and see if that will clear the codes. Now at this point you will not be able to read those codes.

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