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Re: P0-748 - Update Posted by Bernie [Email] (#1501) [Profile/Gallery] (more from Bernie) on Mon, 21 Nov 2022 03:26:25
In Reply to: Re: P0-748 - Update, ScottA, Sun, 20 Nov 2022 19:50:35 Members do not see ads below this line. - Help Keep This Site Online - Signup
Yes you have a one year TCM. So you really are looking for a 2002 TCM. The 2003 or 2004 will work but set a code for the paddle shifters, which started in 2003. It will not need programmed but if the car it came out of had a code you will need to clear the code in the TCM.
Also you might want to start changing out the fluid in the transmission if it is dirty. You will want the Toyota T-IV fluid. Cleaner fluid might allow the solinoids to work easier and not overheat the TCM. For that reason it is worth it todo a few drain and fills over time with either you current or a new TCM. I have no idea if changing the fluid will help your current TCM but if you look around the web many people change out the fluid after finding another TCM with the theory that it may help keep the TCM healthy longer. Good Luck, Bernie
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