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Where is trans module on a 2006 b m w 325 i?

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Trans, brain, the TCM?
on most cars newer that about 1997
the TCM was moved and integrated into the PCM.
infact PCM means exactly that.

They did that to save $ and was possible due to much faster
processors that year in cars. big time savings.
there are exceptions by year, but your car is modern.

why no log in to alldata.com and see for self.

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Why was it empty? i see no leaks under the car, where did the fluid go.


Older cars had vacuum lines running to the trans modulator and if the modulator diaphram ruptured, trans fluid could be sucked into the engine and burned. Is there anything like this on your trans?

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94 jeep grand cherokee larado


Hi Eric, it sound to me like the modulator in the trans is faulty. This modulator is what controls the shifting in the trans.It details a 30 minmute repair by your transmission specialist. The replacement part should be around a hundred dls, plus the labor. While you are at it, have the filter changed in the trans for carefree shifting.

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Why would motor **** trans fluid into motor and burn it


First thing that comes to mind is the vac modulator on the side of the transmission. ( if equipped )
The modulator uses engine vac to regulate the shift speeds. If the modulator diaphram fails, it could pull trans fluid into the intake.

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What does the code po753 refer to


Symptom:

P-0753 TRANS 3-4 SHIFT SOLENOID/TRANS RELAY CIRCUITS

When Monitored and Set Condition:

P-0753 TRANS 3-4 SHIFT SOLENOID/TRANS RELAY CIRCUITS

When Monitored: Continuously with the key on.

Set Condition: This code is set if the voltage detected on the 3-4 Shift Solenoid Control

Circuit at the PCM is different than the expected voltage.

POSSIBLE CAUSES

FUSED B(+) FEED TO THE TRANS CONTROL RELAY OPEN

3-4 SOLENOID WIRING HARNESS INTERMITTENT DEF

3-4 SOLENOID WIRING HARNESS OBSERVABLY DEF

SHIFT SOLENOID CONTROL CIRCUIT OPEN

SHIFT SOLENOID CONTROL CIRCUIT SHORT TO GROUND

SOLENOID AND HARNESS DEF (SOLENOID CONTROL CKT)

TRANSMISSION RELAY OUTPUT CIRCUIT OPEN

TRANSMISSION RELAY OUTPUT CIRCUIT SHORTED TO GND

PCM DEF (3-4 SOLENOID/TRANSMISSION)

PCM DEF (TRANS 3-4 SOL/TRANS RLY CKT)

POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE DEFECTIVE

POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE DEFECTIVE

POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE DEFECTIVE

SOLENOID AND HARNESS DEF (SOLENOID PACK CONN)

TEST COMPLETE
TRANSMISSION CONTROL RELAY DEFECTIVE

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I have code p0700


The trans axle Control Module (TCM) monitors the malfunction of sensors and actuators relating to trans axle control. When the TCM detects a malfunction with the control, a signal is send to the Engine Control Module (ECM) to trigger the Engine Light or Service Engine Soon light. The ECM stores the P0700 code and it means the TCM detected a malfunction with the trans axle controls.
Possible Causes - Shorted or open circuit within transmission control module (TCM)
- Failure of trans axle control module
Since the P0700 is just and informative code, check the TCM for more codes to resolve the problem.
http://www.helpforcars.net/obd_codes/p0700_suzuki.html

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'93 corolla,4 spd.auto trans.speedometer reads10 mph slow and the transmission shifts real fast.Its in third gear bythe time u hit 30 mph. Also wont downshift at this point either.


well what you want to do is change the trans control solenoid or the trans modulator.i know this car has a trans modulator but im not sure that it has a trans solenoid.either way it's a lot cheaper than changing the trans.hope this info helps. take care and good luck, manny

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High mileage vehicle w/ filthy tranny fluid... possible bad connection after vacuum modulator... trying to find out if the busted t-connecter after the modulator would be a problem. Fix vacuum, replace...


is trany just burning fluid through a fault in the trans,eg...shift solenoids or electronic or hydraulic prob,is trans cooler ok..especially if its connected to radiator,is water or coolant geting into trans fluid,if pinkish color probably yes

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Vacuum leak in dash- 97 areostar..


The leak is from the Vacuum Motors on the Air Distribution Box for the Climate Control system. Please go back to your transmission and check it for Trans Fluid in the Vacuum line going to the Trans Vacuum Module. The Module will be on passenger's side of trans near the Trans Pan, there may be a shield covering it. Pull the line off the module & see if fluid comes out

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1993 Mustang 2.3 AOD Auto Trans, after storing over winter took on 200 mile trip did find, next time after warmed up and turned off then back on trans slips in upper forward gears. ????? When cold fine, or...


I don't recall ever seeing an AOD trans behind a 2.3 ltr 4 cylinder engine,all the one's i've seen had the A4LD trans in it.That model trans utilizes a vacuum modulator that is mounted on the passenger side of the trans case.The vacuum modulator is responsible in large part for the trans upshifting at the proper speeds.I have seen plenty of cases where those modulators go bad.When this happens,late shifting is experienced,and the same thing happens if any of the vacuum lines under the hood have a problem,like cracks,small vacuum leaks,etc.To diagnose,you have to get under the car,and disconnect the vacuum line from the modulator.If the modulator is bad,trans fluid will run out.If the modulator is good,no fluid will run out.Hook a vacuum gauge to the line down at the trans,and start the engine.Idle vacuum should be 15-18 psi,and when the throttle is abruptly applied to wide open throttle,vacuum should drop to near zero.There is one other area to look for problems on this trans,still externally,and that is the servos.They are located also on the passenger side of the trans case,and there are 2 of them.They are round circular aluminum covers held in place in round bores with snap rings.They can be removed,and are black metal stampings coated in rubber.If the rubber lip seals are hardened up from the exhaust heat,replace them,and you may get your gears back.Good luck.

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92 delta 88 3.8


replaced faulty trans modulator, which allowed trans fluid to enter manifold, connecting tube, saturate air filter, and seep into oil pan thru engine via vacuum line from the modulator

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