transmission control module on 2004 Dodge Dakota

what is the estimate to replace the control module in the transmission? Thanks!

by in Montville, OH on April 11, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on April 12, 2009
The transmission control module is intergrated into the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). When the PCM is replaced, it must be programmed by a dealership with VIN, Mileage and the proper software determined by VIN number and vehicle build data. The next process required involves performing a ":Quick Learn" procedure. This lsts the computer know clutch volumes etc , for proper operation. The days of swapping parts is over.
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