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Since the NEW computer changed NOTHING, demand that they PUT THE OLD COMPUTER BACK IN, AT NO CHARGE! Then take it somewhere where they KNOW what they are doing!
Posted on May 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This engine and the transmission in this car are fully electronically controlled by a computer called the PCM or TCM for the transmission, when problems like this occur fault code or codes are set in the PCM/TCM memory. What must be done now is to have the memory read to retrieve this fault code. This is called a system scan, the system is called the OBD2 electronic engine control system. Based on the results of the fault codes you perform diagnostics and repair the problem, that can be a sensor, wiring or even in rare cases the PCM/TCM has failed.
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