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Where is the TCM on an Allison Transmission?

Where is the TCM on an Allison Transmission?

Transmission controller is located on the drivers side of the radiator shroud of all Duramax powered GM’s. This product may be added to any SPADE order, or purchased by anyone using an EFILive Flashscan V2 to tune their truck. Alternatively, a physical TCM module may be sent with payment of additional core charge.

What are the symptoms of a bad transmission relay?

Some of the most common signs of a bad transmission control module are as follows:

  • Slow Acceleration: It takes longer than normal for your vehicle to pick up speed.
  • Gear Slippage: Your transmission switches gears without warning or without you shifting.
  • Inability to Shift: You can’t shift out of neutral.

What kind of car is the 2012 Chevy Silverado?

Our 2012 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 trim comparison will help you decide. Configured as an attractive and adept personal pickup, the 2012 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LTZ 4×4 offers an appropriate measure of luxury and convenience without gadgets and commercial themes. The downside is an understandable compromise in capability.

When did I replace my TCM in my GMC Duramax?

I had my TCM replaced just a couple weeks ago. Mine’s an ’11. It was starting to freak out a little here and there. Symptoms were rough shifts, wouldn’t down shift to 5th from 6th on the freeway when trying to pass, and occasional slipping. It just gave out on me completely on the freeway and locked in 5th gear.

How much does a TCM Transmission Control Module cost?

The dealership by my house wanted swindle me out of every dime i had. 500+ for the part and another few hundered for the labor i was looking at almost a grand to fix. I politely decline. Dealer cost for the TCM is only around 300 bucks if i remember correctly.

Is the 2012 Chevy Colorado available for fleet use?

Retrieved from the international product portfolio, the compact crossover Chevrolet Captiva Sport enters the United States as a vehicle available for fleet use. Offered in regular, extended and crew cab versions, the 2012 Chevrolet Colorado is expected to cease production for the North American market at the end of this year.