I drive 45 miles to work and have noticed a half second sputter which feels like I hit the brakes while driving on the interstate. It is running great besides this small problem which caused my check engine light to come on. It only does it once on the way and home from work daily. I took it to Autozone and the diagnostic said P0725-Faulty TCM.
Nissan Q&AAsk Your Question
2005 Nissan Altima Question: Faulty TCM?
mastertech6371 April 03, 2010, 18:15Master
expensive guess. take it to a pro and let them tell you what it needs
Answer #2Visitor, June 03, 2011, 10:06
IT MAYBE A FAULTY TCM BUT MOST LIKELY A BAD CONNECTION OR SENSOR ON THE TCM CIRCUIT. WE CAN PINPOINT THE PROBLEM WITH A $85.00 DIAGNOSTIC CHARGE. CALL US AT DANA TIRE & AUTO SERVICE 480-963-4534