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|09-23-2019 01:17 PM|
Originally Posted by AjRagno View Post
|09-17-2019 06:50 PM|
|mherriman||Good info ....|
|09-13-2019 10:34 PM|
Originally Posted by crug68 View Post
There are videos out there about using a scanner to program the TCM after a rebuild but I don't believe the scanner is actually performing any programming. Instead, it's telling the tech the steps to allow the TCM to learn the pressure settings of the transmission valve body and clutches.
In addition to the above, I also follow a quick learn driving procedure whenever I've had the battery disconnected.
I've found that by doing this, the transmission shifts smoothly right away whereas if I don't do this, the 3-2 downshift tends to be harsh for a while.
|09-13-2019 12:51 PM|
|crug68||This same problem just happened to me today. Did replacing the TCM fix the problem? Did you have to have a quick learn procedure done after you replaced it?|
|12-22-2018 06:05 PM|
Part number 56044764AA has been replaced by part number R6044764AB.
The separate TCM as used on your '04 doesn't need to be flashed with the VIN, but it is best to have somebody with a DRB scanner perform a quick learn procedure on the new TCM once it's installed.
|12-20-2018 12:50 PM|
Thank you for the many replies, I've looked through some threads and it does reconfirm the TCM issue. I will try to clean the connections listed above, there seems to be no corrosion. Where would the best place be to buy a TCM? I've called around some local shops and online parts sites and they don't have the exact part number (56044764AA). Do I need the same part number, or would any TCM from the same year/transmission/engine work? Also does the TCM need to be "flashed" or programmed with my vin number?
|12-17-2018 03:10 PM|
P0605 is the error code for an internal TCM fault, not a PCM fault. Replacing the engine computer was unfortunately a waste of time and money as you've found out.
I would echo the recommendation to clean and inspect the TCM connector -- verify the pins are free of corrosion and undamaged, and that nothing appears burnt or melted. Be very careful not to bend any of the pins and do not leave any conductive residue/material in the connections that can short pins to each other. Make sure when you reconnect the TCM plug that it is fully seated and the locking tabs are engaged. Also clean and inspect the connectors and wiring on the left side of the transmission for the speed sensors and transmission range sensor (see attached pic for location). Other things to check would be fuse 5 in the PDC (the fuse and relay box under the hood, just forward of the battery), ensure the transmission control relay is working and power is getting through it, and if you have a VOM or multimeter then verify you are getting all your power feeds and grounds to the TCM. You should have battery power at TCM connector pin 56 (RD/WT), switched power in START at pin 8 (YL/RD), switched power in RUN/START at pin 11 (DB/WT), and good grounds at pins 53 (BK) and 57 (BK/YL).
|12-17-2018 02:21 PM|
replaced PCM and - code p0605 is current?
Can your friends scanner read ALL codes, wondering if trans codes are present?
The term 'reader' suggests a low end tool.
If you want to spray those connections my choice is 'Deoxit"
|12-17-2018 01:35 PM|
I'd have replaced the TCM by now, it definitely sounds more TCM related than PCM. It wouldn't hurt to reseat all the connections at the TCM, PCM, and perhaps even on the top of the transmission which isn't real easy to get to. I had a problem with my '04 automatic last year but it was a different code (P0755) that required me to get inside the transmission and replace a couple modules.
And a big welcome to JF, keep us posted on this problem.
|12-17-2018 01:23 PM|
2004 TJ PCM/ECM code P0605
I just bought a used jeep, and have been going through this nightmare recently. I have a 2004 TJ 4.0 liter automatic transmission, it has been driving around in second gear, after about 20-30mph the rpm will go over 2000 and up. A buddy of mine plugged in his reader and found the error code P0605, a bad powertrain control. So after that I bought an ECM programmed with my VIN# and it seems like nothing changed. Wondering if anyone has dealt with this before or might know what's happening. It looks like the previous owner probably went mudding, as it's pretty dirty around the engine pretty high up. Would it be a wiring issue, or the TCM (separate, behind the washer fluid)?