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Tccm 1999gmc jimmy where is it

I have an idea where it may be i think it is behind the glove box but I dont wana risk it, i need to know were it is and if i can do it myself, I have some experence but I'm not no ASE tech.

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The TCCM for a 99 Jimmy is behind the passenger, right side kick panel. This is the panel under and to the outboard right side of the glove box. If sitting in the seat and you swing your right foot to the right, you hit this panel. Good luck!

Posted on Aug 13, 2010

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It doesn't have a seperate tcm. The PCM controls the transmission. The PCM is under the hood on top of the washer tank.

Posted on Jul 13, 2010

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Where do i find the encoder motor and the transfer case module, i've checked the actuator in the dash and the mudule in the kick panel but still randomly works.

Posted on Aug 25, 2010

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