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Hello, I have a bit of info for you.
Here is some info on the U140D for now
on the P1401, I'm not finding info on that code, by chance could it be U1401? If so, it would make more sense along with the u140d. As for the P0100, I need to know what module this code was stored in... It will better help get the correct diagnostic info...
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Here is some info that I promised.
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Included is info on all codes posted. The U0100 diag could be slightly different depending on which module is reporting the code.
At this time, I recommend to diagnose the U0100 code first. If you can solve this code, it should auutomatically solve the others.
Keep me posted and let me know if you have any additional questions...
It's important to know what module the code is originating in as this is a very important part of the diagnostic process. Otherwise you won't be able to properly diagnose this and it could lead to replacement of the wrong part...
At this time, I recommend to at least have it scanned with a factory scanner (Witech). Unless you find an independent shop with access to this scanner system you will have no choice but to have the dealer scan it for you. They can give you a printout of the scan that will include all this necessary information...
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At this time, from info from the other 2 codes, you can probably safely assume that the P0100 is originating from the TCM. If this is the case, and this code is NOT also stored in other modules, you can safely assume that the TCM will probably need to be replaced.
Both diagnostic charts basically list the TCM as the only possibility for your concern.
TCM replacement and configuring should solve this problem...
If you can post the last 8 digits of the VIN, I can give you the location.
As for actually testing the TCM itself, no. The diagnostic procedure for the codes U1401 and u140D are the tests that can condemn the TCM.... If the u0100 is also originating in the TCM ONLY, that will confirm that the TCM is bad and needs replacement.
On your vehicle, the TCM is located inside the vehicle under the dash just to the left of the steering column.
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Remember, if you replace the TCM, it MUST be properly configured to avoid problems and possible transmission issues.
Here is the connector pin chart for the TCM---->> Click Here
sounds good, keep me posted....
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Pin 1 on the TCM C2 connector is the 8 volt supply. This is the voltage that the TCM outputs to the transmission sensors. CAN + and - are on pins 20 and 21 of the C2 connector. The power supply for the TCM is on pin 7 of the C2 connector.
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Sounds good, keep me posted and we can continue at that time....
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Have you reinstalled the TCM and rescanned the vehicle to see what codes are current? I need current codes. Another thing I need is to know if this is still a "No Start" concern. Also, is there a "Red Dot" illuminated on the cluster when you are trying to start the engine?