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Old 12-02-2014, 07:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default location of transmition control module on a 2005 verona

where is the (TCM) module located on an 2005 verona?
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the (tcm) is located in the foot well on drivers side near left foot.
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Reverse has stopped working on mine. I had the transmission range switch replaced about 3 years ago. How do I determine which is at fault now?
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Well..today on the way to work the car seemed to speed up..slow down...like downshifting if you had a manual transmission. After work the car will not start. wont make a sound. I going to check fuses etc tomorrow morning and then get it towed to a repair shop I trust. this will be my LAST repair of my Verona. A car with this many issues you would think the company would allow free access to the repair manuals. I can tell you I wont even RIDE in/on a Suzuki after I trade in this car next year.

The size of the car, the interior layout, the turning radius, the low time it takes the AC to cool the car in summer (we live in Texas and my kids loved feeling the AC in the back seat) - the car had a lot of good things going for it but planned obsolescence has caught up with me. The car is falling apart. My niece wants me to give her the car but I really don't want it stopping on her on a dark lonely road.

Just for those who are still owners I will post the results of diagnosis.

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Old 12-17-2014, 08:56 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Well...the transmission range switch gave out for the second time...it was replaced about 3 years ago...and on top of that the fuel pump had all but failed. I am going to count my blessings that the car didn't fail in the middle of rush hour traffic. Im going to get the struts and steering rack replaced early next year and then let my niece use the car to get around. I am shopping for a BMW (with service contract) - I feel I have paid my dues and driven with only functionality in mind long enough. I want a rear wheel drive car so I can burn rubber like I used to when I was a young stud with a Pontiac GTO!
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Old 12-17-2014, 09:37 PM   #6 (permalink)
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you do know that your intended purchase is known as a "Break My Wallet" for a reason?

If you are going to get something else, at least make sure its a Hemi.
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Old 12-18-2014, 07:10 AM   #7 (permalink)
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LOL...yeah
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