Good afternoon, im not sure that a generic scanner will be able to perform this. Here is the actual procedure when replacing the trans.......
NOTE: Refer to the following table when the Transmission Control Module (TCM) and/or transaxle has been replaced to determine if the TCM memory must be erased.
You most likely have the same info. Resetting the learned memory is not the same thing as clearing the codes. You may need the factory scanner to perform this unfortunately. It also helps if you were able to give the actual code number.
There is a related technical service bulletin for this code. It stated to flash (reprogram) both the pcm and tcm with the latest software updates. The bulletin # XXXXX XXXXX
The test for the code also states to perform the relearn. After just having replaced the trans, I would perform the relearn with the correct scanner and not worry about the service bulletin at this time.
During the initial ignition on, the Transmission Control Module (TCM) receives the calibrated data from the EEPROM assembly inside the transmission and stores this information in the EEPROM of the TCM. At every ignition on, the TCM compares the stored data in the EEPROM to the transmitted data from the EEPROM in the transmission. If the calibration data does not match the DTC will set and the MIL will illuminate after one failure.
One time at initial ignition on with a system voltage between 9.0 and 16.0 volts.
If the TCM stored calibration does not match the EEPROM assembly in the transmission. This DTC requires only one problem identification to set the MIL.
PERFORM TCM RELEARN PROCEDURE