Automatic Transmission Control Module Problems in popular cars

Automatic Transmission Control Module problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Automatic Transmission Control Module problems reported in most popular vehicles.

car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Chevrolet Equinox

Tl- the vehicle is a 2013 Chevrolet Equinox. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds and attempting to accelerate the vehicle would not respond. The contact indicated that there was a three to four second lag when attempting to accelerate. The vehicle was taken to a dealer who diagnosed that the transmission control module needed to be reprogrammed but there was no programming information available to remedy the defect. The manufacturer was notified of the defect. The failure mileage was 200. Jft. It was Friday, March 1, 2013 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Chevrolet Equinox

Tl- consumer owns a 2013 Chevrolet Equinox. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds and attempting to accelerate the vehicle would not respond. The contact indicated that there was a three to four second lag when attempting to accelerate. The vehicle was taken to a dealer who diagnosed that the transmission control module needed to be reprogrammed but there was no programming information available to remedy the defect. The manufacturer was notified of the defect. The failure mileage was 200. Jft. This problem occurred on Mar. 1, 2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Chrysler 300C

The vehicle involved was a 2006 Chrysler 300c. Engine intermittently stalls while either idling or driving. Stalls are increasingly more frequent. Unable to get a diagnosis of problem. Have replaced the pcm but no change in problem occurrence. It was 05/01/2013 when this automatic transmission control module issue happened.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Chrysler 300C

The vehicle is a 2005 Chrysler 300c. The vehicle will stall out several times after filling the tank with gas and it only stalls out after filling the tank. Vehicle will stall when stopped or when the rpm is low. The problem is the vapor/liquid separator valve located at the top of the fuel tank. The valve is designed to prevent liquid fuel from entering the charcoal canister/emissions system. When the valve fails, liquid gas can enter the line and fill the charcoal canister. After refueling the pcm on the vehicle detects a change in fuel level. Then, when the engine meets certain temperature and driving criteria, the pcm issues a purge command to the charcoal canister to remove the stored gas vapors. It's at that point that all the liquid gas in the line gets sucked into the charcoal canister. The pcm expects to see gas vapors entering the intake manifold and it is prepared to adjust air/fuel mixtures to compensate. However, it is not prepared to see liquid gas coming into the intake. That¿s what causes the engine to stall. This can be a very dangerous situation with the vehicle on the road in traffic. I've read in multiple online forums this same situation is happening to many on the Chrysler 300c early year models. Hopefully a recall will be created to resolve this situation. It was Tue., Nov. 5, 2013 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Dodge Durango

The vehicle is a 1999 Dodge Durango. Engine shutdown, out of the blue. Nobus appeared on odometer. All gauges were on 0, but all other electronics worked. Starter would crank, but ignition would not ignite. I'm not sure if fuel pump went on or not. Vehicle would not start back up for apx 20 minutes. A couple days later, it happened again, then twice in one day. The quickest, but temporary, solution is to cool down pcm. An ice pack works great! but this is not always convenient. Needless to say, problem is worse on hot days. Once this happens, you need to replace pcm because solder joints are broken within. When unit cools, metal contracts, and contact is made again, and truck will start. But keep in mind-the solder joints are still broken. When unit heats back up, metal will expand, and connection will be lost again, causing engine shutdown and no bus to electrical ignition system. The very first time this happened, I had gone over a bump, which is probably what initially "broke" the solder joint. A new pcm can run $400. One from a junk yard could work, but there's always the risk that, it too, has the same problem-maybe that's why the truck is in the junkyard to begin with! and if it was in front end collision, good chance it won't be any good either! I've owned my Durango for 13 years, and it has never really left me stranded. But now that it has this problem, combined with bad design of front hub assy, vehicle is very unsafe and it's time to retire it - even though motor still runs strong. The failure date was March 10, 2014.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Dodge Avenger

The vehicle was a 2009 Dodge Avenger. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Dodge Avenger is 1B3LC56B19_. The vehicle stalls, and the engine revs up when braking, it lists a misfire on the code reader. Not sure what this is but the internet says it may be a need for a reprogram the transmission/pcm. If it needs reprogrammed that should be a recall! this is a safety issue when braking to have the engine rev. It was Wednesday, April 11, 2012 when this automatic transmission control module issue happened.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Ford Freestar

The vehicle having this issue was a 2005 Ford Freestar. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 2FMDA57685_. I attempted to start vehicle and the engine was difficult to turn over. When it did start the rpms were going up and down . When I tried to put car in reverse it would not engage causing vehicle to roll forward. ( I was parked on a slight declined driveway). After reading about similar problems I checked the pcm (power control module. It was filled with water !!! after unplugging the pcm and allowing it to dry out I plugged it back in and the problem was corrected. It appears to me that the pcm is located in a bad location causing it to have problems when it rains or snows. I made a temporary fix by putting silicone caulking around the cowling where I believe the water is getting in. . . . This automatic transmission control module problem happened on Monday, February 10, 2014.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Ford Fusion

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 3FAHP08126_. Tl-the vehicle involved is a 2006 Ford Fusion. The contact stated that while the vehicle was idling, the vehicle felt like it was shutting down. When gas was applied to the vehicle, it accelerated to 5 mph only. The vehicle had to be maneuvered to the side of the road, shut down and restarted to regain proper acceleration. This failure has occurred three times over a period of four months. The vehicle was taken to a dealer who diagnosed that the vehicle had an internal short. The throttle body assemble needed to be replaced and the pcm reset to repair the vehicle. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the defect. The approximate failure mileage was 124,000. Rg. The failure date was Monday, January 13, 2014.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of GMC Acadia

I have a 2007 GMC Acadia. I have had to have multiple work don on the transmission and yesterday it slipped out of gear while driving. I tried to accelerate and the engine revved and the rpms went high but the transmission would not shift. Had I been on the highway at a high speed this could have been the cause of a serious accident. I took it to my dealer and they said the transmission control module had went bad and it cost me $1400. 00. . . At 83,00 miles???? I think GMC should take responsibility for the terrible workmanship of their transmissions in the 2007 Acadia. This problem occurred on 02/16/2014.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of GMC Acadia

The vehicle is a 2007 GMC Acadia. Transmission failure. . . First noticed car hesitated accelerating while attempting to pass or getting on interstate and rpms would jump up to 4-5k then hesitation in accelerating before jumping into fear. . . Then later increased rpms at30mph and would not accelerate. This happened many times but would go days/weeks in between incidents. After taking to shop and researching this is a very common problem with this model. . . Wave plate failure in tcm ( poor quality part) this is so dangerous. . . . After first incident I became more aware of how the car would behave and was better prepared when it decided to jump into a higher gear or hesitate. Car is being repaired now and thankfully my family stayed safe. Too many owners with same problem for this safety issue to be ignored. Please help. It was August 1, 2013 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Acura TL

The vehicle involved is a 2003 Acura 3. 2tl. Consumer states while driving, a car suddenly cut into consumer's lane. Consumer turned the vehicle to avoid hitting the other car and used the brakes immediately. Vehicle span out of control, making 2 complete rotations and then hitting another vehicle. There was damage to both vehicles, but no one was injured. Consumer feels the abs and tracking system failed to prevent the accident. This issue happened on Jul. 14, 2002.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Acura TL

The vehicle was a 2000 Acura 3. 2tl. Transmission began to slip during normal driving, I then researched this problem on the internet and learned that this was not an isolated incident and I became concerned for my family's safety due to descriptions of other peoples history with this car. I took car to dealer and they determined that a replacement was warranted. Pcm unit was also replaced. They replaced transmission with a re-manufactured unit, old part is not available. This automatic transmission control module issue occurred Thursday, April 12, 2007.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Honda CR-V

The car involved is a 2008 Honda Cr-v. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was JHLRE487X8_. This is my third complaint filed with NHTSA regarding 6 instances of unwanted acceleration when braking. Since my last complaint I contacted my dealer, boardwalk Honda of 6807 tilton road, egg harbor township, new jersey 609. 428. 4422. The dealer made a contact with Honda corporate and an appointment with a Honda representative to inspect my vehicle was set. On Jan. 27, 2014 they had my vehicle for a full day. Because the unwanted acceleration did not occur on that date, I was given a report that nothing is wrong with the Cr-v. I had explained that it only occurred 6 times over a 6 month period and it was not reasonable to expect it to occur on a specific date during the inspection. I heard that it could be the power control module (pcm), but apparently Honda does not want to replace it as a safety issue. I need help with this problem before someone is hurt. It was Monday, January 20, 2014 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Honda Accord

The vehicle involved is a 2009 Honda Accord. Engine light and vsa warning light came on while driving on the freeway. Luckily my family reached our destination shortly after this occurred in fontana, CA. While the vehicle was in motion it would jerk and hesitate backwards while driving. I took it to rock Honda the following morning on 10/18/2013 in fontana, CA and they charged me 638. 60 stating the vehicle needed a pcm updated software and adjusted valves. In doing further research it seems I should have never been charged this as there is a recall id #74308 stating issues with the pcm and tcm and that Honda would update the control module software free of charge. The failure date was Oct. 18, 2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Hyundai Sonata

The car involved was a 2009 Hyundai Sonata. The VIN of the problem Sonata is 5NPET46C49_. I noticed a shuddering at 90,250 miles, while traveling during the winter at around 30-45 mph, but was very intermittent, and would go away. Then on 10/9/2013 at 102,515 miles, from park, the transmission would not engage into reverse or drive. I could hear the transmission shift, but it was not disengaging from park. Per Hyundai service technician, the transmission was "junk" and would need to be replaced. I contacted Hyundai corporate, during which time I was informed they didn't have my information in their system and that in fact there were 2 recalls that they failed to notify me of, and was told that if I allowed the Hyundai service to do the repair right then, that I would be eligible for their policy reimbursement. One of the recalls was an ecm and tcm software update in which symptoms were improper clutching and DE-clutching of gears when accelerating and decelerating. That shift quality over time caused undo stress on the gearing causing my failure. The repair was made, I then had to pay upfront, and a week later they've denied my policy reimbursement claim due to fluid being the cause of failure. I then provided them with further documentation showing that their own technician re-used 5 quarts of my original fluid on the repair order, and that I followed the maintenance record that was suggested by their own technicians advice when I purchased the vehicle. Drain and fill every 30,000 miles. The last drain and fill was on June 14, 2013. Hyundai did not provide me with any fluid analysis or specs to support their denial of my policy reimbursement. I saved the agents voicemail of the denial in which she stated due to "color" and that alone, was the reason why the claim was denied. This automatic transmission control module problem happened on Wed., Dec. 5, 2012.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Hyundai Genesis

The vehicle is a 2010 Hyundai Genesis coupe. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds, the vehicle erroneously downshifted and dramatically reduced vehicle speed. The vehicle was taken to a private mechanic where it was found that the transmission control module had failed. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was contacted about the failure and informed the contact that the vehicle was not included in the manufacturer's recall. The failure mileage was 56,000. The VIN was not available. It was Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Infiniti G37

The vehicle is a 2011 Infiniti G37. Vehicle identification number (VIN): JN1CV6AR8B_. Ect: automatic transmission control logic / adaptive shift pattern: the vehicle does not produce consistent and reliable response to throttle command when accelerating into and around traffic. On several instances, when pulling out of a driveway into oncoming arterial traffic, there has been no response to throttle input. A delay of 2 ~ 4 seconds has occurred and creates an extremely hazardous situation. This fault has also occurred at freeway speeds when attempting to pass from speeds between 40 & 75 mph! this behavior was not occur initially, until the car had about 3,000 miles. I have contacted Infiniti USA, and kept an appointment with a regional customer service rep. Along with a dealer service manager in tacoma, wa last December. The outcome of this dialog was that the vehicle did not exhibit the "fault" on that test drive, the manufacturer is aware of "some customer concerns regarding the 7-speed at behavior", and that there is no service bulletin as-yet to resolve such a fault. The regional rep. Did suggest that (un-officially), there is an effort seeking to release a service bulletin update in the form of a pcm / tcm flash of rom data (mapping) to resolve the ongoing complaints of un-reliable transmission & power train response behaviors. There have already been 2 such service bulletins to resolve other minor annoyance behaviors regarding shift quality, but not for this gross lack of command / control. I have not heard back from Infiniti USA / 3 months. I believe this is a serious safety hazard and would like the us-dot / NHTSA to pursue this issue with Nissan motors corp. / Infiniti USA to mandate an effective resolution. It was Friday, Jul. 1, 2011 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Infiniti G37

The vehicle involved is a 2010 Infiniti G37. Transmission: transmission does not operate properly. Harsh downshifting (usually around 30-40 mph) began within first two months of ownership and continues to this day. Significant lag (2-3 seconds) occurs when accelerating while moving or while nearly stopped creating unsafe driving conditions when entering an intersection, merging into traffic, or accelerating to avoid a collision. Service bulletins have been issued by manufacturer and applied to vehicle in attempt to address problems (ecm/tcm reprogrammings), however, problems persist and are constant. Initially, manufacturer communicated with me in attempt to resolve problems, including a commitment to replace transmission, but has now ceased communication. Automobile forums and manufacturer service bulletins indicate this is a widely known, widely experienced problem with this model of transmission. It appears manufacturer is no longer committed to resolving these problems. Air bags: passenger side air bag signal will illuminate indicating passenger side air bag is deactivated although there is an adult passenger in the seat. If the passenger lifts off the seat for 10 seconds, the illumination will cease and presumably the passenger air bag is once again activated, however, sometimes the signal will again illuminate and the passenger must again lift off the seat to cease illumination to ensure proper operation of passenger side air bag. Proper operation of the passenger side air bag is uncertain. The manufacturer told me they would contact dealership in order to diagnose this problem but they have not done so. This automatic transmission control module problem happened on Nov. 15, 2010.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Jeep Commander

I purchased my 2006 Jeep Commander from city auto in memphis, TN on 9/14/11 and was told it was a one-owner vehicle originating from the state of pennsylvania. I noticed hesitatation in the transmission and variances (rough - up and down) in the idling shortly after my purchase. I then started to get the "transmission/engine" light coming on. But it would go away almost as quick as it would come on. I then had my engine stall while driving full speed on the interstate. I lost all power! fortunately, I was able to get over to the shoulder safely! we immediately started doing some research on various forums, including Jeep forum, on the "stalling issue" and "lights coming on intermittently". My husband took it to our local autozone and they hooked it up to their coding scanner machine. It gave us the code to change the map sensor needed to be changed. My husband changed this out last summer (2013). It helped for a litle bit. :( then began having the same issues, stalling out while driving, check engine light coming on/off and rough idling. Husband went back and had them hook up to coding machine and this time was given the code for O2 sensor, which he purchased and changed out. Now it's worse than ever! it won't even stay idled. It stalls almost immediately! I have to keep my foot on the gas (and brake when needed) all the time! if I let it go below 1000rpms it dies! we took it to a mechanic & was told the pcm was bad. But he told us that there were recalls that may fix the issue. So we took it to a dealership who performed the recall but unfortunately it did not fix the problems. This is a very expensive "fix" to a problem that appears to have never have been resolved properly by the manufacturer!! this needs to be addressed by the manufacturer as it is a major driving & safety hazard!. It was 04/15/2013 when this automatic transmission control module issue happened.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Jeep Wrangler

The vehicle was a 2014 Jeep Wrangler. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 1C4BJWAG3E_. The cel (check engine light) or mil has been turned three times (dtc code p2099). The dealer has not found the problem, the dealer review the vehicle and all is ok. The dealer changes the pcm (powertrain control module), but the problem continues, the cel (check engine light) light has become a turn. This automatic transmission control module problem happened on Tue., Dec. 10, 2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Kia Motor Spectra

The car was a 2001 Kia Motor Spectra. Trans all of a sudden started slipping with no prior issues. Was reading a tcm code then codes for each gear replaced trans new trans drove 30 miles and is doing the exsact same thing have to drive like a stick 1st 2nd and then can put in drive around 35mph. Also breaks come and go as they please. It was 06/12/12 when this automatic transmission control module issue happened.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Kia Motor Sorento

The car is a 2004 Kia Motor Sorento. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is KNDJC733X4_. I had the vehicle in the dealership just below 100,000 miles. They didn't bother to tell me the transmission control module was messed up and needed replaced. This seems to be an issue with several people. And then to find out this is a dealer only part and over 900. 00! I think this was poor customer service and they should've known something was wrong. The gear shift wasn't sitting in drive and not shifting correctly. I doubt I'd ever buy another kia because their service sucks! they don't value their customers and that really makes me uneasy. This automatic transmission control module issue occurred Fri., Jan. 1, 2010.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Land Rover LR3

The vehicle is a 2005 Land Rover Lr3. Vehicle identification number (VIN): SALAG25425_. My 2005 Lr3 had numerous problems with the air suspension. The compressor had to be replaced 2 times, and I had 2 or 3 different software updates. Recently it started with transmission problems, also affecting the electronic parking brake. First time in Jan 07 car was towed to dealer, who said it just needed a software update. The second time just now in April I got transmission problems, abs warning, suspension failure. Dealer told me that was a known problem with Lr3 and nothing to worry, it just was electronic and needed again another computer update. But how can I know it is still safe? I also have intermittent problems with window switches and steering wheel mounted controls who go totally crazy. It was Friday, Apr. 20, 2007 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Land Rover Freelander

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Land Rover Freelander is SALNY22252_. We own a 2002 Land Rover Freelander. It has been in the repair shop numerous times. While on a trip all of the warning lights on the dashboard lite up and the transmission became stuck in 4th gear. Because road side assistance could not direct us to an open dealership, we had to drive from buffalo NY to chicago IL. Once back in the city, the dealership took the car and replaced the computer, which took more than two weeks. On the way home, the same problem occurred. We brought the car back and the dealership has had the vehicle for the past 26 days to replace the transmission. We went in to try and trade it in for a discovery and they only offered 14,000. We have tried to get corporate to buy back the car at our pay off amount and they have refused. We are currently exploring our options under the ucc and the magnuson-moss act for breach of warranty. It was 10/03/03 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Lexus RX330

The VIN of the problem Rx330 is 2T2HA31U04_. I purchased a 2004 Lexus Rx330 in January of 2004 and there is a consistent lag of the drivetrain when accelerating from a standing start and when accelerating to pass. From a standing start the vehicle hesitates and then abruptly lurches forward. At highway speed there is a deceleration which pitches one forward and then an engagement which lurches the occupant back with a snapping motion. The ecm was reprogramed at 1000 mile check. When a print out of TSB was presented service manager reacted like a snake was placed on counter and then advised that reprogaming ecm would not necessarily improve problem. He was right. This is a safety concern as pulling out to pass could cause an accident. The failure date was Thu., Apr. 15, 2004.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Lexus RX330

The car was a 2004 Lexus Rx330. The VIN of this vehicle was JTJHA31UX4_. 2004 Lexus RX 330 has intermittant, erratic automatic transmission. Dealer says it is a "hesitatiion issue", but rfeuses to confirm in writing because manufacturer says it's the way the car is designed. Even though countless others have complained, nothing has been done. This automatic transmission control module problem happened on 10/10/03.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Lincoln LS

The car involved is a 2005 Lincoln Ls. Driving at 55 mph the vehicles wrench light came on and it went into a reduced rpm mode, causing the vehicle to lose all power and go from 55 to 10 mph rapidly. Put on the hazard lights and pulled off of the highway. Not wanting to turn the vehicle off I drove slowly to a mechanic where he ran a code check and the codes read p2107 and p2110. Told it could be one of 2 problems, throttle body or pcm. We replaced the throttle body. The car began after about a week to do the same thing about once a week. Turning off the car and restarting seem to fix the problem. About a 3 weeks later the same thing occurred however this time the engine light also appeared and would not clear with a restart. Same codes appeared p2107 and p2110. Next replaced the pcm, this did not fix the problem. The Ford dealership ran diagnostics and could not find the problem. This tends be a safety issue that Lincoln Ford are trying to ignore. Rear end collisions could occur when this occurs. A safety bulletin needs to be released and Ford needs to make things right. It was Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Lincoln Town Car

The car is a 1998 Lincoln Town Car. Traction control system causing vehicle to almost stall continually.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Mazda CX9

The vehicle was a 2007 Mazda cx-9. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was JM3TB28Y87_. Traveling on interstate engine suddenly starts to stutter. Push down on the gas and there is no power. Car cannot go over 40 mph. Engine light comes on. Take car to my local mechanic. Informed that ignition coils #1,2,4 are ruined. They are replaced, 12 hours later ignition coil #2 fails again. Mechanic gives me Mazda bulletin #01-026/11 calling out issues with pcm and how pcm will cause mis-firing of ignition coils causing the coils to fail prematurely. Coil #2 when replaced was charred and split and was leaking oil. Mazda would not acknowledge problem and would not replace pcm or damaged coil caused by faulty pcm. This automatic transmission control module problem happened on Sunday, March 30, 2014.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Mazda Tribute

The car is a 2003 Mazda Tribute. On June 25, 2013 @ 11:00am I called Mazda corporation (reference call number: 148295420) about recalls associated with my Mazda Tribute 2003 and was told that the recalls were not assigned to the VIN number of my vehicle. The Mazda representative stated that only the seat beat adjustment has been assigned to my vehicle and that I do not qualify for the recall. Mazda will not honor the recall. I bought the Tribute in 2010 from a dealership; thus, was not aware of the recalls. I have been having a lot of problems with the vehicle and have spent a lot of money trying to fix it. I have a 13 and 14 year old girls and am a single parent. According to the recall, the vehicle is not safe. I cannot afford right now to purchase another vehicle. I am only asking Mazda to honor the recalls. Please see the recall notice below from Mazda: 2003 Mazda Tribute recall item affected: power train:automatic transmission:control module (tcm, pcm) date announced: 4/14/2004 description of recall: on certain sport utility vehicles equipped with 3. 0l v6 duratec engines , during deceleration, the engine can stall. Action needed to fix dealers will reprogram the power control module (pcm) with the appropriate calibration. The recall began on may 3, 2004. Owners should contact Mazda at 1-800-222-5500. It was June 17, 2013 when this automatic transmission control module issue happened.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Mercedes Benz S500

The vehicle having this issue was a 2006 Mercedes Benz S500. The VIN of the problem S500 is WDBNG75J46_. My transmission would not shift out of second gear. I turned it off and back on and it did not clear. I got a "pre-safe unavailable" message. I did some research and learned this is a "transmission control module" failure. It is very unsafe in that the car cannot keep up with traffic and is a danger to myself and others. This automatic transmission control module problem happened on Tuesday, December 24, 2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Mercedes Benz SLK

The vehicle involved is a 2005 Mercedes Benz Slk. The VIN of this Slk is WDBTK65G65_. : the contact stated while traveling 50mph and accelerating the vehicle goes to neutral and looses power. The vehicle must be put into park, turned off and restarted to regain power. There is not a delay from the time it is turned off until start up. The vehicle has stalled a total of three times. The dealership has been alerted and replaced the transmission control module etc on may 16th, the problem returned on may 27, 2006. The dealership has been unable to successfully correct the problem. The contact has been in touch with a service advisor who explained they need to speak with someone regarding the issue before they inspect the vehicle again. The vehicle has not been inspected by the sales dealer because of the distance to the repair shop. The sales dealer instructed the contact to take the vehicle to another service dealer near the contact's residence. The manufacturer has not been alerted. The vehicle is a clk320. This problem occurred on May 27, 2006.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Mercury Milan

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 3MEHM08127_. The reporting person owns a 2007 Mercury Milan. The contact stated that while traveling approximately 55 mph, the vehicle suddenly stalled. The vehicle was towed to the dealer where the contact was advised that the spark plugs, the throttle body and the power train control module (pcm) were replaced. The failure was not corrected. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 85,000. It was Wed., Jan. 22, 2014 when this automatic transmission control module issue happened.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Mercury Milan

The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 3MEHM0HA1A_. 2010 Mercury Milan. Consumer writes in regards to sudden deceleration while stepping on gas pedal. The consumer stated even though he was stepping on the gas pedal, the vehicle was shaking and lurching. The vehicle would not move any faster. The vehicle was towed to the dealer, where they replaced the throttle body and reprogrammed the pcm. This automatic transmission control module problem happened on 08/24/2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Mitsubishi Outlander

The vehicle involved was a 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander. The VIN of the car is JA4LZ31G63_. Regular use. Wiring connection to automatic shifter control has broken. Shifter has to be replaced. Automatic drive lights don't work (drive, reverse, neutral, etc. ) and manual shifter fails to work. No longer safe to drive without repairs. The failure date was Monday, March 3, 2008.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Mitsubishi Montero Sport

The car was a 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport. I am very disappointed in my 2000 Montero Sport and the lack of answers that I have received in the past. In addition my check engine light came on for the first time, when I took the car in I was told the problem had been fixed. Later the same day it came back on, I returned the following day, and was told to find out what was wrong I would have to leave the car one complete day to determine what the problem was since nothing appeared to be wrong. I left it and when I picked it up I was told that the cars computer was trying to place the car in 2 different gears at the same time and the problem was resolved. A few days later while driving on the highway on my way to work the car shuddered and shifted into neutral on its own and refused to move, subsequently the air-condition started blowing hot air. When I was finally able to get the car to drive it remained in 1st gear and would not shift to second. At that point I took the car to the dealership to find out what was going on, I was told that something was wrong with the transmission but they couldnt diagnose what exactly was wrong and the car was returned to me. The car was then taken to aamco transmission to find the problem since the cause could not be found at the dealership. I was told the following occurred over time and in this order: torque converter failed (causing the shuddering and jerking when gears were changed), pump failed due to converter problem, transmission failed due to pump failure, bushings and plastic parts were warped due to high temperature caused by pump failure. Currently they are unable to locate replacement parts that will fit my car which is extremely frustrating. The reason I am writing this letter is because I have spent over $3000 this year on my car and now I have to purchase a transmission, torque converter, transmission pump, and air-condition unit. I am a student, I am not rich or well off. The failure date was June 1, 2004.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Nissan Pathfinder

The vehicle involved is a 2013 Nissan Pathfinder. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 5N1AR2MM2D_. Purchased new 2013 Pathfinder and within the first week noticed a shudder in the transmission, however it was an isolated and didn't think it was an issue. As time has passed this has gotten more and more frequent. Then recently with only 2000 miles on the car, we were making a left turn the car shuddered and felt like it was going to stall, and car would not accelerate past a few mph. This being highly concerning from a safety standpoint prompted us to take the car into the dealer. Dealer looked over car said they were to reprogram the tcm as this is a known issue. After reprograming dealer could not duplicate issue and told us that was all that could be done until they could personally duplicate the issue. Nissan dealership said they have owners on their 2nd and 3rd transmission and no permanent fix. The car has since shuddered and lost acceleration three times in the 24 hour period since dealer returned car. After much research it appears to be a known issue for over a year and for Nissan to continue to sell a knowingly defective and unsafe car should illegal. This problem occurred on December 14, 2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Nissan Pathfinder

The vehicle was a 2013 Nissan Pathfinder. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 5N1AR2MM1D_. Transmission shudders / judders at light acceleration during low speed. I took my vehicle to dealership on 3/19/2014 with only 2450 miles on it. Their technician confirmed that this is a known problem of 2013 Pathfinder but Nissan does not have a proper fix. He also said that I was the third customer complaining this problem on that day alone. He reprogrammed the tcm. However, transmission shuddering continues. It is getting worse and more frequent. Nissan needs to admit this problem and recall all vehicles with this transmission!. This automatic transmission control module problem happened on Saturday, March 15, 2014.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of SAAB 9-3

I purchased my 2006 SAAB 9-3 aero sport sedan on March 10, 2006. By April 1, 2006, I was experiencing difficulty starting the vehicle, I. E. It would sputter, misfire, skip and idle at more than 1,770 rpm. Eventually the engine would even out and I would be able to pull out of the driveway. On the morning of may 1, 2006, the car continued this starting behavior, resulting in the "check engine" light coming on. I immediately drove the car to my SAAB dealer. They kept it for 21 days and still did not fix it, even though the dealer replaced every fuel injector on the car. On may 29, 2006, I took it back to the dealer for resolution and was told on June 6, 2006, that there was a service bulletin coming out about the pcm, after they had kept if for week without even trying to fix it. Evidently, the pcm either needs to be replaced or reprogrammed. The failure date was May 1, 2006.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of SAAB 9-3

2004 SAAB 9-3 convertible. Consumer states issues with fuel tank and sensor the consumer stated the engine light illuminated as well as the greenbox malfunction light due to the vehicle not having the latest software. So, the dealer had to perform the sps of the transmission control module to update to the newest software. The consumer was informed that because he ran the vehicle on low fuel, it shorted out the fuel sensor. The consumer also stated when he first purchased the vehicle, the engine light illuminated due to a faulty fuel pump. This problem occurred on Tuesday, March 1, 2011.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Saturn VUE

The vehicle involved was a 2008 Saturn Vue. On November 19, 2013 as I was in my way to work the car started to make a weird noise and as I kept driving I felt a jerk on the car and heard a loud noise coming from the engine, had to turn back home. I was not going to drive the car and get stranded somewhere on the road. I call carl black Chevrolet and had the car towed to have it service. On Friday I picked up the car and was told the fixed the problem which was the control solenoid valve and transmission control module assembly replacement. They found fluid pressure switches damaged, replaced tcm and sol assembly. On Friday November 23, 2013 I picked up my car and was told the problem was fixed, but on November 25, 2013 as I was driving to the store the problem started again, going about 35 miles the car jerked back so bad that I almost hit my head on the steering wheel. I thank god there was nobody behind me because this could have cause an accident. I was able to get the car home but not before the car did the same thing again and there was noise coming from the engine. I had the car towed again to carl black Chevrolet and is at their service center today, I want a new transmission on my car not just replace some parts and sending me on my way with a car that I can have a serious accident with and possible get hurt or hurt others. All this problems have caused me to missed work and spend money I don't have, I do not want to continue having problems that can be avoided. This is a very stressful situation for me, please tell me what I have to do to have this problem fix. The failure date was Nov. 19, 2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Saturn VUE

The vehicle involved is a 2008 Saturn Vue. Purchased my Saturn oct 2011 transmission went out 3 months later January 2012. Saturn replaced it because it was still under factory warranty. August 7th 2013 im getting onto the expressway and my engine light comes on and the car loses power and would hardly excelerate. My transmission control module went out and my warranty company refuses to fix it saying that it is not an internal part. I am beyond pissed. The failure date was Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Subaru Outback

The vehicle was a 2007 Subaru Outback. The VIN of this vehicle was 4S4BP61C86_. The latest incident date is shown below, the first time of the incident was in Feb 07. There have been four occurrences. In each event the automobile was in heavy traffic and had been decelerating for a period of time prior to an immediate need to accelerate to avoid a rapidly approaching vehicle while either making an evasive maneuver due to road obstacles or while merging in congested high speed traffic. Upon depressing the accelerator, the engine speeds up to near "red line" with no accompanying acceleration or engagement of the transmission. After a period of time in excess of one full second to an estimated three seconds the transmission engages and the vehicle begins to accelerate. In each instance, there was a great deal of concern on the part of the drivers (three different ones) that a "near accident" occurred. When the service department was first notified at the dealership, an explanation of the latest "drive by wire" transmissions with "fuzzy logic", anticipating computer programming was offered. Though plausible, it did not seem a very likely "normal" expectation. The manufacturer was contacted and declared that only the local service department should be trouble shooting the systems. I was assured that they had the ability to work through the manufacturing technical departments, and I had no need to contact them. The service department thoroughly tested the systems, drove it at length, and again assured me that this was a known condition and we should be careful to avoid any situation where any unanticipated rapid changes from deceleration to acceleration would be needed. The failure date was Thursday, Sep. 20, 2007.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Subaru Outback

The car involved was a 2007 Subaru Outback. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 4S4BP61C47_. On 2 lane hwy, had to brake sharply ( 60 to 10) for deer. Semi behind me, not close. Deer crossed. Floored accelerator, engine sat at redline 3 sec before transmission engaged. Semi jacknifed behind us, but did not hit us. This action is repeatable. I suspect it's related to the cruise control downhill failure (un-coupling the torque converter???). It was Nov. 29, 2007 when this automatic transmission control module issue happened.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Suzuki Reno

The owner has a 2008 Suzuki Reno. The contact was driving uphill at 20 mph when the vehicle stalled without warning. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer for diagnostic testing, which determined that the tcm was faulty. The tcm was replaced but the repair did not remedy the issue. The failure mileage was 30,335. This automatic transmission control module issue occurred Jan. 9, 2012.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Suzuki Forenza

Purchased a 2008 Suzuki Forenza on 9/8/2008. Acceleration concerns, a ringing noise from the engine and my passenger side air-bag notification light was reported 9/16/08. Told by phone the car was new and would need to be driven for a couple of weeks to warn up. 9/16/08 ringing noise was louder had acceleration concerns, timing cover had melted due to friction from the belts sliding. Invoice reflects electrical body work as such: “ side airbag light not on tension on wire harness connector under the driver or passengers seat could cause high resistance - relocate both harness and secure them. " 10/27/08 reported tapping noise at engine when starting car, acceleration was dragging and air bag light. Invoice findings - no problem found - told not to expect performance on acceleration. 1/17/09 (car released 1/23/09) side air bag light indicates it is off, cruise control dropping, transmission not accelerating, engine running loud until warmed resolution - timing cover replaced other issues found to be working to factory specs. 6/18/2009 -acceleration is slow, car downshifting at high speeds, transmission not shifting well while coasting, must come to a complete stop to switch into gear: resolution - Suzuki helpdesk ticket 175996598 suggested to re-initialize tcm (transmission switch). 10/1/09 - same issue as 6/19/09 - revving higher and loud in cold and damp weather told no new info: issue seemed to subside – no work done to my knowledge. 12/30/09 same issues as 6/19 & 10/1 timing cover adjusted told acceleration was normal. Fix for timing cover January 5, 2010. 8/1/10 & 10/26/10 taken in for acceleration & maint. After near accidents and problems driving between the speeds of 15 and 60 mph: nothing addressed. 1/4/11 - transmission switch was replaced by a different Suzuki center. Told transmission or engine can go out. Acceleration issues have returned side airbag still shows off when occupied by person 120 plus pounds. This issue happened on Tuesday, November 23, 2010.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Toyota RAV4

Vehicle identification number (VIN): JTEHH20V01_. The owner has a 2001 Toyota Rav4. The contact stated that the vehicle shifted very hard and jerked. The contact also stated that the vehicle accelerated very slowly. In addition, the contact mentioned that the failure also occurred when accelerating from a complete stop. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer and it was confirmed that there was an internal failure and that the transmission and transmission control module needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileages were 82,045. This automatic transmission control module issue occurred Feb. 20, 2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Toyota RAV4

The vehicle involved was a 2001 Toyota Rav4. October 11, 2012. On or about October 8 2012 I began having hesitation and jumping into gear as I am driving my 2001 Rav4. This happens mainly when accelerating from a stop sign/light. I am aware there has been a recall on many 2001 Rav4 vehicles. I bought my Rav4 from carmax in north attleboro mass on April 19 2012. So, I have not even had my vehicle for 5 months yet. On Thursday October 11 2012 I took my Rav4 back to carmax in attleboro with my complaint--I will be leaving the vehicle with them on Friday October 12 2012 so they can diagnose the transmission and the tcm (the transmission module which has had the recall). If it is found that my Rav4 is one of many under this recall, I will hope that Toyota will honor its' commitment and fix my rav. I do hope that lodging this complaint with you will help me in this plight, as I do not have the money to fix this problem and nor should I have to as to the above, and due to the fact that is was a recall with Toyota. Thank you. This problem occurred on 10/08/2012.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Volkswagen Jetta

The vehicle involved is a 2012 Volkswagen Jetta. Leaving work I had started my car let the car idle down put it in drive and it slammed into gear after taking off the car shifted into 3rd gear and no higher after noticing this I pulled over put the car in park and tried shifting through the gears and it continued to slam into drive and reverse so I turned the vehicle off and started it back up at that point the mil was on and the service wrench was light up. Called me dealership they had the car towed to a Volkswagen dealership upon their diagnoses they said it could be a wiring issue possible a transmission control module issue upon further investigation the transmission control module had been warrantied previously (as I am the second owner of the car). This automatic transmission control module issue occurred Nov. 18, 2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Volkswagen Jetta

The vehicle was a 2002 Volkswagen Jetta. Automatic transmission when cold will hesitate or not catch at all when putting into drive. Putting the car into 1st, then moving it to drive will usually work. Shudders when coming to stop after heating up at times. Mechanic says it needs a transmission rebuild at $3000. Failure of transmission control module and cascading to the master control module caused the transmission not to leave the park position, that tow and repair was $300 about 30 days ago. There are hundreds of complaints on the internet about this transmission failing repeatedly, a faulty design. We need a recall from Volkswagen to fix this design failure. This issue happened on Wednesday, September 7, 2011.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Volvo XC90

The car involved was a 2004 Volvo Xc90. Three and a half weeks ago my 2004 t6 Xc90 jerked for the first time. I was on leaving the parking lot at work and the rear end made a loud bumping sound and the car jerked forward. It felt like another car had bumped into me, but I was the only car on the road. It didn't happen again for another week or so. Thursday, April 24th, I'm driving to work and the car isn't picking up speed when I push the gas. The rpms go up but it doesn't accelerate. Friday, April 25th I took it to the dealer and there was no problem. The car drove perfectly, even after I picked it up. Saturday, April 26th at 9pm, I'm driving alone on the interstate and the transmission service urgent light comes on, the car loses power the rpms are running up with no acceleration. Fortunately I was in the right lane so I got off at the next exit and was able to make it home, but it continued to have intermittent power loss the whole time. I'm in nighttime traffic putting on the hazard lights trying to get home. I have to wait till Monday to go back to the dealer, the transmission service light has been on since Saturday. The dealership gets the vehicle Monday, and keeps it until Friday saying the cem module had to be replaced. I wasn't confident of the fix so the dealership service rep kept the car to drive over the weekend. I picked it up Monday, may 5th. The invoice says 'code tcm 002b incorrect gear ratio' was the error message found. The software for the tcm was upgraded, but apparently didn't fix the problem because the cem was replaced. This vehicle had 53,897 miles on it when his occurred. I have not owned the car 4 years yet and wish I had gotten an extended warranty because this recent work was not covered and cost $1297. From what I've learned on the internet in the past few weeks this t6 Xc90 has transmission failure as its theme. I find it incredulous that Volvo may be putting me and other members of the public at risk for a problem that could result in an accident. It was Fri., Apr. 25, 2008 when this automatic transmission control module issue happened.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Volvo XC70

The vehicle is a 2005 Volvo Xc70. VIN of the vehicle was YV1SZ58D11_. Transmission had a jerk to it when you came out of a stop. When you accelerated from a stop the engine then would stop. We have the dealer ship Volvo ( barrier looking at the problem and have fixed the problem. There is still however a small jerk in the transmission and a slight hesitation in the engine to engage the transmission. The failure date was Oct. 20, 2005.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Audi A3

The vehicle involved is a 2003 Audi A3. The contact stated that while driving approximately 60 mph, the vehicle independently shifted into neutral with the illumination of the check engine warning light. Additionally, the gear shifter lights illuminated displaying erroneous readings. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic, who stated that the transmission would need replacing. The vehicle was then taken to an authorized dealer, who diagnosed that the transmission control module needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 115,000. It was Tuesday, January 28, 2014 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Audi A4

The car was a 2006 Audi A4. Purchased the vehicle in March 2012. Aproxiamately 4 months later the "check engine " light came on . Had the codes checked and main code came back p0722 which dirrected me to a "dealership only" repair. It was told to me tha t the tcm was bad and needed replacing. I find out Audi initially used a faulty plastic part that they were aware of would fail. I called Audi USA for assistance and they worked out a 15% discount with the dealership and no assistance from Audi USA. I informed them that I still feel very strongly that if this is a continuing problem with Audi transmissions then they should cover full cost of this problem. This automatic transmission control module issue occurred Apr. 2, 2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of BMW 745

The vehicle was a 2004 BMW 745i. Vehicle identification number (VIN): WBAGL63494_. My vehicle is displaying the exact symptoms described in your previous recalls (04v344000 and 03v240000). The car stalls and won't restart, check engine lights go crazy, transmission failsafe and stability control warnings come on, valvetronic desynchronization, ect. Went to a BMW dealer and they denied either of these recalls existed. Called BMW corporate and they said my car is not affected by the recalls, which is obviously not true considering the problems it has and the uncanny resemblance to your recall descriptions. BMW has offered no assistance, can you?. This problem occurred on Sunday, December 1, 2013.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of BMW 745

Tl - the vehicle was a 2004 BMW 745li. The contact stated that while driving 30 mph attempting to merged into the interstate, the vehicle went into transmission failed safe mode and decelerated. The contact mentioned that the dynamic drive warning activated. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic. The technician was unable to diagnosed the failure but he believed the transmission control module might be defective. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure but did not offer any assistance since the vehicle was not included in any recalls. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 94,000 and the current mileage was 120,000. Pm. This automatic transmission control module issue occurred 10/06/2010.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Buick Riviera

The car was a 1996 Buick Riviera. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 1G4GD2210T_. Traction control failed. This problem occurred on 10/01/96.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Buick Riviera

The vehicle having this issue was a 1996 Buick Riviera. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Buick Riviera is 1G4GD22K4T_. Modulator affects abs and traction control, can cause wheel lock-up and steering problems. This issue happened on July 5, 2002.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Cadillac STS

The vehicle was a 2008 Cadillac Sts. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Cadillac Sts is 1G6DW67V48_. I purchased this car in January of 2010 from apple Chevrolet Cadillac located in york PA. When I purchased this car I bought it used however it still had the remaining manufactures powertrain warranty. It had 51,554 miles on it at the time of purchase. On Feb 9, 2011 I reported to heritage Cadillac in belair MD. That I had an issue with the check engine light coming on and that I want to have that take care of before the warranty ran out. When I took the car there I was told that since the light had went out before I got there, there was no way they could tell what was wrong which I found out to be false because months later they were in fact able to check it with the check engine light being off. To make a long story short, since the first incident I have take my car back to heritage Cadillac 10 times for the same problem and I have paid them $4,212. 08 (to maintain and allegedly repair the problem of the check engine light) today is November 15, 2012 and the light is still on. I have been told that they don't really know what is wrong and that they had to contact a Cadillac manufacture to get information but I will have to pay another $3,100 to fix the problem which may be fuel injectors and a transmission control module. I feel that my wife and I have been and are being take advantage of in this situation by a certified Cadillac service center. This problem should have been resolved when I first brought it to their attention when the car was still under warranty. It was Wed., Feb. 9, 2011 when this automatic transmission control module issue occurred.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Cadillac SRX

The vehicle was a 2010 Cadillac Srx. On two separate occasions the first on may 21, the second on August 14, while driving my 8 month old 2010 Cadillac Srx with 8549 miles on it at speed, dashboard lights go crazy, I get a stabilitrak warning and the car automatically shifts into neutral. The only way to get into a gear to drive is to turn off the car let it sit for at least 90 seconds then re start and go. First trip to the dealership they could see what happened but not why it happened. They took things apart and put things together hoping to catch a loose fitting. Second tow to the shop, August 14th, the car is still there as of 9/1. I am told that a part is needed and that part is on back order and won't be in for another 2 weeks or so. Part needed is transmission control module. This problem occurred on 08/14/2010.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Jaguar XK8

The vehicle involved is a 2000 Jaguar Xk8. Crash was involved with this problem. The VIN of the car is SAJJA42C1Y_. When applying the brakes on wet pavements traction control failed, causing vehicle to go into a skid, resulting in a collison. Manufacturer notified.

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car   Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of Jaguar S-type

The car involved is a 2003 Jaguar S-type. I was traveling in my car at approximately 30 mph. I slowed for a traffic light. As I was coming to a stop (right foot on the brake), the engine began to rev, the rear wheels started to turn propelling me forward. I placed both feet on the brake, pushed the brake to the floor, however the rpm gauge was moving to maximum and the car continued to propel me forward. The rear end started sliding to the left. I slammed the car into park and the tires stopped moving, the rpms dropped, and the electrical system shorted resulting in taking the radio offline and to station 600 am. I was able to avoid the stopped vehicle in front of me by 2 inches. This is the second time this has happened. The vehicle was evaluated approx 1 month ago for the same type of failure, but they were unable to reproduce the event. Of note, on December 13, 2004, the vehicle went into reverse and would not come out of reverse. The vehicle was evaluated by the dealership, the gear shift was replaced, the trans cable bolt had fallen out, it was replaced, and the cable was adjusted. This automatic transmission control module problem happened on Monday, September 12, 2005.

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