P0613 DODGE code

What the P0613 code means. If an OBD-II scanner has detected that the P0613 code is stored in the PCM, it means that the transmission control module system is not working correctly.

What is code P0613?

OBD-II Code P0613 is defined as a TCM Processor. The Transmission Control Module (TCM) controls the automatic transmission. If the engine control module (PCM) detects an incorrect signal from the PCM, code P0613 will set. Driving with this trouble code is not recommended.

What is the code for the TCM?


What is a P0700 Code? The P0700 code indicates that there’s a malfunction with your vehicle’s Transmission Control Module (TCM). This computer monitors your transmission and works with the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) and Engine Control Module (ECM) to shift gears when necessary.

What does a transmission control module do?

What is a Transmission Control Module? The transmission control module is an electronic component of your transmission that’s in charge of interpreting electrical signals from sensors in other parts of the vehicle.

What does Incorrect immobilizer key mean?

Meaning. A P0513 code is caused by an ECM (Engine Control Module) receiving a signal from the PCM that the Immobilizer Key is not present or is invalid. The immobilizer system prevents your car from being stolen by requiring an electronic key (fob) to be present when starting the car.

How do you reset a transmission control module?

After turning on the car, you must shift through automatic transmission gear at least two times. In manual cars, shifting between drive and reverse should occur three times. The gear shifting must continue for at least 10 miles, automatically reset the transmission control module.

Where is the TCM located?

The transmission control module can often be found below the cover at the back of the transmission case. It should be just below the engine control module’s position. Sometimes it’s found under the center console in the interior or even under the hood near the battery or inner fender panel.

How do you fix a stuck shift solenoid?

How To Correct P0752 Shift Solenoid A Stuck On

  1. Check out the transmission filter carefully; Replace it if it is clogged or broken.
  2. Replace the faulty Shift solenoid.
  3. Check out the level of transmission fluid and top up if required.
  4. Change the transmission fluid if you discover if dirty or contaminated.

How do you know if your transmission control module is bad?

Signs of a Bad Transmission Control Module

  1. Unpredictable shifting.
  2. Trouble shifting into higher gear.
  3. Trouble downshifting.
  4. Getting stuck in the same gear.
  5. Poor fuel economy.
  6. Check engine light comes on.

How much is it to replace a transmission control module?

TCM Swap & Labor

Opening the transmission is a laborious task, which is why it is reasonable to expect labor costs of at least $300 to replace the transmission control module. In many older models (especially automatic transmissions) the module is located in an area of the engine that is much easier to reach.