Nissan altima transmission control module

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Exploded View

1. TCM

2. Bracket

3. Battery

Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

1. Disconnect the battery negative terminal.

2. Remove the fresh air intake tube (upper).

3. Disconnect the TCM harness connector.

4. Remove the TCM (1) from the bracket (2).

• Battery (3)

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

Control device
Exploded View 1. Control lever knob 2. Lock pin 3. Knob cover 4. Control device selector plate 5. Control device assembly Removal and Installation REMOVAL 1. Remove the center console assemb ...
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Idle speed
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U1000 can comm circuit
Description CAN (Controller Area Network) is a serial communication line for real time application. It is an on-vehicle multiplex communication line with high data communication speed and excellent malfunction detection ability. Many electronic control units are equipped onto a vehicle, an ...

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Automatic Transmission Control Module Problems of Nissan Altima

1 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2013 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 01/21/2020

Cvt failed without warning. No warning lights, no slippage. Stalls randomly in drive and reverse. Restarted after 5 minutes and drove fine again. Had to spend $250 in towing fees in the same week. Nissan didn't admit cvt fault knowingly. Happened shortly after their recall on the tcm transmission control module reprogramming. Shame on you, Nissan!.

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2 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2018 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 01/08/2020

Tl-the contact owns a 2018 Nissan Altima. The contact stated that when the vehocle was started, it did not move, then it surged forward, the rpm's went up. The vehicle was driven to the residence. The contact also stated that the failure occurred at least 10 times. The vehicle was taken to the dealer star Nissan, 5757 west touhy avenue, niles, IL 60714, they updated the transmission control module ( December 23rd , 2019 ). The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 14,209. Bp.

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3 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2013 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 06/20/2019

Tl the contact owns a 2013 Nissan Altima. When the vehicle was started, the transmission would not immediately shift into gear. After shifting into drive and reverse, the vehicle would not accelerate. The cause of the failures was not determined. Herb chambers Nissan (273 turnpike rd, westborogh, MA) and the manufacturer were notified of the failure. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The contact indicated that the vehicle was previously serviced for the same failures and the transmission control module was reprogrammed. The failure mileage was 74,000.

4 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2010 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 10/26/2018

When accelerating from 20mph to 40mph the rpms increase to 3rpm and the transmission hesitates to change the gear. It seems to be an issue with the tcm (transmission control module). I bought my car brand new in 2010. It has 220,000 miles on it. I did some research online and saw this us a known issue with the car. Nissan also sent out a bulletin ntb10-121b. They should recall these cars and fix the issue at their cost. Attached is the pdf of the bulletin.

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5 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2013 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 08/01/2018

In 2018 initially it started when we were driving it down the highway or street and it seem to lose power and we would press on the gas and it would sputter. There were times when we're at the stoplight and press on the gas and it wouldn't move creating a dangerous situation. This happened for about 2 months until it wouldn't move in drive or reverse, so towed home then to dealership because of a recall on a transmission control module only to find out from the service department that they could not update the control module because the vehicle would not move they did a diagnostic test and said we needed a cvt automatic transaxle assembly transmission. We bought it used in 2016 and now it only has 74,000 miles on it. Never had a problem out of it until last year 2018. Now when we put it in drive or reverse it will not move.

6 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2013 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 03/17/2018

Cvt transmission failed completely on 2013 Nissan Altima 2. 5 s with 92,000 miles. Vehicle began shuddering and jerking while driving at moderate speed in town. Rpms shot up to 3-4k intermittently while maintaining speed on flat road. Started to hear grinding noise from engine compartment, so pulled into parking lot. After waiting an hour for power train to cool off, started the car again to find total cvt failure, with vehicle stalling and engine shutting off upon shifting into r or d. Could not even drive vehicle back into parking space after it rolled backwards on first attempt to move. Vehicle was towed to dealership, who diagnosed internal cvt failure with $3800 quote for repair. Nissan consumer affairs was contacted numerous times and offered no assistance. Nissan regional specialist stated that 2007-2010 Altima cvt warranty was extended to 120,000 miles due to widespread problems, but that problems had been fixed in newer models, so no warranty extension applied to 2013 Altima. As of April 2018, the 2013 Altima has more power train complaints to NHTSA (241) than all of the 2007-2010 Altima model years combined (206). Vehicle had tcm reprogramming performed at Nissan dealership in April 2017 within two weeks after recall notice was sent to owner by mail.

7 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2015 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 12/11/2017

Greetings, I am writing this complaint to notify the NHTSA of a deadly problem with the cvt transmission in the Nissan Altima! I have experienced this where the vehicle either turns off, stutters, or and hesitates for several seconds. This hesitation is deadly because when pulling out or merging on to a highway there is loss of power and this will cause a fatal accident due to the vehicle not accelerating as expected. In fact, this issue is so prevalent that nisaan reprogrammed the transmission control module (tcm). This half measure is little too little too late as transmission damage has already occurred and it leads to premature failure. This failure leads to the vehicle being a hazard in traffic. I personally have dozens of accounts where this has happened to me. The most recent was on 12/11/17 while driving on a busy street when the car simply lost power and died in the middle of the street. A car behind swerved excessively to avoid hitting me and in doing almost had an accident with another motorist! the car had to be pushed into a nearby parking lot and was towed to the dealership. The dealership ran a diagnostic and confirmed the transmission needed to be replaced. I found this rather dubious as the vehicle is a 2015. I began investigating this issue further. Upon further investigation, I found this problem is extremly prevalent with this model. There are thousands of incidents of owners having an experience akin to mine. Nissan is aware of this problem and has yet to admit fault. The reprogramming of the tcm is a clear indication Nissan is aware of the issue and is attempting to remedy it by eliminating certain shift points; however, it is inadequate and the damage has already been done. The lives of people are at stake with this transmission! is it just of matter of time before the loss of life will occur because of this faulty cvt transmission! thank you!.

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8 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2014 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 07/01/2017

The contact owns a 2014 Nissan Altima. While attempting to accelerate after making a turn, the vehicle failed to respond. The vehicle was taken to coggin Nissan on atlantic in jacksonville (10600 atlantic blvd, jacksonville, FL 32225, tel: 904-302-8231) to be diagnosed. The contact was informed there was a TSB/manufacturer communication number: ntb15-086d (power train) for the reprogramming of the tcm. The vehicle was repaired; however, the failure recurred. The manufacturer was contacted and provided case number: 27315253. The vehicle was not repaired a second time. The approximate failure mileage was 66,801.

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9 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2013 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 05/20/2017

Transmission goes into neutral without warning check engine light on vehicle will go moving middle of driving on freeway the reprogrammed the tcm still same problem with vehicle. It can cause accidents since no warning when vehicle goes to neutral without any warning.

10 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2011 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 12/15/2016

2011 Nissan Altima sr sedan 3. 5 cvt. When driving, cvt goes into safe mode with reduced acceleration, indicating a transmission issue and would also trigger vehicle dynamic control system fault. . Original engine code was p0175. Had mechanic replace 31935-1xf00 speed sensor assy. Problem was not corrected. Took to local dealer and was told needs new transmission control module unit $850 and new transmission $3,500. Only 39,400 miles on vehicle (60,000 mile powertrain) but past he 60 month warranty by 5 months. Nissan will not cover. Nissan na consumer affairs contacted, researched and also denied. Will not cover and will not provide any partial assistance. Car is in excellent condition, driven lightly and no way transmission should need to be replaced at 39,000 miles. Manufacture date of vehicle is Dec 2010. Nissan extended cvt warranties to 10 years / 120k miles for several years because of the same and other cvt issues. Stopped extended warranty for 2011 models. Don't know if car is safe to drive or if transmission is going to fully fail. Took vehicle back from dealer, can't afford to fix. Now trying to replace transmission control unit with used same year/model. When vehicle is completely disconnected, trouble codes cleared and all electrical drained, then reconnected, all issues disappear for 10 to 20 miles of perfectly normal driving, then issues recur with cvt fail safe mode and vdc fault. Nissan should be recalling this issue and correcting it!! again don't know if vehicle is safe to drive or if transmission is going to fail in the middle of getting onto highway in heavy traffic? dealer diagnostic showed a number of codes: p0175 input speed sensor a (even though it has been replaced and new), p1700 cvt c/u funct, p1715 in puly speed, u1000 can comm circuit and also told the tcm is not sending a signal.

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11 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2013 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 12/02/2015

My car jerks hard at low speed around 15-20 mph while decelerating on city streets. In bumper to bumper traffic the cvt tranny is at its worse. It feels like the tranny can't decide what it needs to do. Also, between 60-65 mph on the highway there is a judder feeling like the car is moving across a wash board. Took car to the dealer on 02dec15, tcm was reprogramed. 08dec15, car has the same issue.

12 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2010 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 11/29/2014

I was owner 2010 Altima . The under excellent maintain. When I buy this . We worry about cvt transimision weak and buy 100k mile waranty. The car only over 125 mile of 100 k the transimision fail. And towing to dealer . The dealer diagnose cvt fail but Nissan refuse dealer replace transimision and request dealer replace tcm(transmission control module) first. That waste my time . 10 days in dealer shop still not any result.

13 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2005 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 08/01/2014

Vehicle briefly shut down while driving beginning 2014, like a hick-up, interruption of power. However it would continue. No real problems at first. Then, began to completely power off, difficult to restart and I'd lose auto transmission function and have to manually shift which bucked every gear. Park it for a while, restart and it'd drive just fine until the engine was warm then it'd power off. . . All over again. . Mechanic stated it was the tcm. Replaced it, service engine light went off, seemed fine. Now it's stalling and same issues with tranny. Now pulling a camshaft sensor code. Ugh! I bought this car used in 2014 and it's only been drivable for 3 months. The biggest pain in my a$$. $houldve bought a horse instead. Nissan you manufacture shit poor products knowingly and hide!!.

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14 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2005 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 05/15/2014

Transmission control module; vehicle suddenly has an unexpected loss of power on highway and will not change gears. Camshaft sensors; sudden loss of power traveling at high rate of speed, unexpected stalling or engine to shut down and not restart. Both very dangerous because you almost get run over by the vehicle behind you. They come up on you too fast, continuing their normal highway speeds not realizing your vehicles loss of power until theyre right up on you then have to either slam on their brakes or make sudden lane change without properly signaling warning other drivers. Timing chain guide and timing chain tensioners; wear out prematurely causing loosening of the timing chain, makes a very loud clanking or ticking sound asbit hits the guide and can cause damage to the engine. Struts mounts; corrode and wear out creating a rough and unstable steering control and clanking sound as the struts hit when driving over uneven roadways, cracks, driveways and speed bumps. Makes it more difficult to steer cause the vibration and rattling in the front end. This occurs in the 3. 5 liter engine. There has already been service bulletins and recalls on the 2. 5 liter engine but not 3. 5. The issues are the same for both engines. The same parts/manufacturers are used on both yet the 3. 5 liter wasnt included. Problems are ongoing daily. Its very unsafe.

15 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2013 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 02/07/2014

Transmission begins to vibrate when car is loaded with passengers and / or going up a hill. Reported it to local Nissan dealer at 17,000 miles and it seemed to stop vibrating for about 5,000 and then it started again. We now have 35,000 miles on this car and we have taken it to the local Nissan dealer again. They performed a tcm reprogram to the car, but the transmission still vibrates. We have reported this to Nissan corp office and they have set up case # 17560576 to begin looking into what is causing this problem.

16 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2013 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 11/01/2013

I purchased my 2013 Nissan Altima 3. 5 sl with about 18,000 miles in may of 2013. The car performed well in the beginning. At about 28773 miles the car began to shutter hesitate and not shift properly. Upon inclines hills low speeds, low rpm's it was especially noticable. I brought my Nissan to a local dealership and they reprogrammed the automatic transmission control module. The car performed normally but then intermittently the same problem the shutter, lack of shifting properly the hestation, jerky strong vibrations, jumping of rpm's. I brought it back to the local Nissan dealership and they again reprogrammed the transmission control module. It was road tested and they reccommended the transaxle be replaced for repair. This was at 55002 miles. I was informed that the new transmission warranty would be 10 years and 120,000 miles. My concern is the safety for consumers. The car doesn't perform properly with the existing cvt transmission the belt slips and the car does not shift or is stuck in excelaration. It is an ongoing problem. The transaxle was replaced however I wasn't informed the existing problem was fixed correctly with the new transmission. I was informed about a warranty. I am concerned I wil encounter the same unsafe condition! the car was repaired as of 08/22/2015.

17 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2013 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 01/23/2013

Noticed problem back in Jan. Car would make a banging noise & jolt forward when coasting to a stop. Same problem also occurs when stopping and going to accelerate after stop. Have take car to dealer I purchased it at 5 times & was told there was nothing wrong , they could not duplicate the issue I was having. On July 11, 2013 the technician took the car home & they finally and was able to document the issue was real and now a new transmission is required! in Dec 2012 there was a recall done on the tcm thats when the proble started after recall.

18 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2007 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 07/13/2007

After heating up (an hour or so of driving), the check engine light comes on and the transmission begins to fail. Push the gas pedal all the way down, and the rpm's go way up, but car barely accelerates. First attempt at dealership, they could not find the problem. A day later, the problem happened again. The second attempt, they replaced the transmission control module. A day later, it happened again. Currently at the dealership for the third time. Car only has 4,500 miles on it. Beginning to get pretty frustrating.

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19 Automatic Transmission Control Module problem of the 2005 Nissan Altima

Failure Date: 06/05/2007

An existing recall on this vehicle should include the 3. 5l engine as well as camshaft/crankshaft and tcm. All cause similar life-threatening symptoms while driving the vehicle suddenly powers completely off briefly losing all power to lights etc, decelerate rapidly and you lose steering control and speed control. Vehicles come up on you quickly at night and even if you get the vehicle restarted you have no power in transmission and merely limp on at an idle speed. Very very dangerous. Why it wasn't included in the original 2007 recall is Nissan trying to save a buck. They used the same mfg & same parts as in the 2. 5l. They knowingly withheld it from being included. I also contacted them about the tcm. Keep in mind the were biting their nails after being presented with a class action suite regarding the defective tcm. Luckily for them it was dismissed temporarily. But they never mentioned any similar complaints when they responded to me and never offered any resolution to the problem.


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Signs of a Bad Transmission Control Module

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There are so many important parts under the hood of your car all working together to make sure your commutes in the Mobile, Prichard, and Saraland area are seamless and safe. We all know about the engine and transmission, but how well do you know the transmission control module?

Just like the well-known aspects under your hood, this component is integral to your vehicle’s performance. This is why Nissan of Mobile has created this guide to tell you what it does, why it’s important, and the most common signs of a bad transmission control module. Let’s jump right in.

What is a Transmission Control Module?

Under the hood, you will find an electronic mechanism called the transmission control module. This important piece of equipment works with your automatic transmission, as well as your engine to help keep your vehicle running as smoothly as possible. By helping the engine figure out how and when to change gears, it leaves you with a seamless, guess-free drive.

This part also works hand in hand with other vital components in your vehicle’s makeup, like the brake pedal position sensor, transmission fluid temp sensor, throttle position sensor, and more.

Without this part under your hood, your transmission will be unable to change gears when it needs to, ultimately causing some serious issues in your vehicle (and not just with the transmission). 

Common Signs of a Faulty Transmission Control Module

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To ensure your vehicle is safe on the roads, watching for signs that your transmission control module is broken or bad is a good idea. Lucky enough, these issues are pretty easy to notice, allowing you to get your car into an authorized professional before it’s too late.

The next time you hit the streets and notice any of the following symptoms of a broken transmission control module, make sure to schedule an appointment for a checkup right away. This will prevent further damage to your vehicle and ensure your safety on the roads.

  • It’s difficult to downshift when you’re driving slowly, trying to slow down, or when coming to a stop.
  • Upshifting is harder when you’re trying to speed up or there is a delay in acceleration.
  • You notice any issues with shifting or you cannot shift out of the neutral state.
  • You’re experiencing gear slippage, or your vehicle shifts to neutral when trying to engage another gear.
  • There is a delay in shifting, no matter which gears you’re coming from or going to.

If you’re experiencing any of these warning signs, the culprit probably has to do with your transmission control module. Making sure that it gets assessed by a professional as soon as possible is critical to ensure your safety while driving.

Get Transmission Control Module Assistance at Nissan of Mobile Today

If you think your shifting difficulties might be due to a faulty transmission control module, make an appointment at our state-of-the-art service center today. Our team of certified professionals can find the root of the issue and perform the repairs needed, allowing you to hit the streets of Mobile, Prichard, and Saraland safely again. Schedule your visit today!

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