Software update for intergrated power module on Dodge Caliber

Problem Description and Possible Solution
The rear wiper may stop working and a fault code B2215 stored. Also, the A.C. power inverter may not work as it should. Our technicians tell us that a software update for the totally integrated power module will correct these issues.
Problem Data
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Average mileage: 110,500 (103,000–121,500)
1 model year affected: 2007
9 people reported this problem
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Starting with my electronic throttle control, next, rear windshield stopped, front end is shit, no action converter for power or cigarette lighter jack and now, my heater / ac fan works sometimes. If I can get it to start, eventually it slows and stops.....I really liked this car when we bought it used, but frankly it's a piece of shit that looks good. So much for giving our American cars another chance, my caliber failed that test miserably. I hope dodge realizes how many people I've heard say dodge vehicles are junk, wish I'd have known that $13,000 ago....
Told TIPM gone bad and must be replaced. Car runs but wipers and lights flicker. Wondering if an update would work for my car.