Not seeing TCM in module list of FJDS for reprogramming

Jo Technician New York Posted   Latest   Edited  
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2009 Ford F-550 Super Duty 6.4L (R) 6-spd (S6-650)
P0607-45 — Control Module Performance — Program Memory Failure
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Using FJDS. Attempting to reprogram TCM. Do not see the TCM on the list of modules in the programming software. This is a torque shift transmission. Is the TCM reprogrammable ?

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Arath Diagnostician
Texas
Arath
 

Have you checked under PMI (programmable module installation) that’s normally where its At in fjds

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Jo Technician
New York
Jo
 

Checked everywhere.

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Anthony Owner
New York
Anthony
 

my cardaq m CANNOT do all ford modules but it may only communicate via IDS. FJDS still may not have the programming capability? I would find it hard to believe, unless a heavy truck programmer is needed.

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Todd Mobile Technician
Alberta
Todd
 

Choose PCM and it will do the TCM

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Chris Technical Support Specialist
New York
Chris
 

The module can be updated during coordinated PCM updates, Check for PCM update to see if TCM programming update is available.

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Jo Technician
New York
Jo
 

I'll try it out in the morning. I'll let you know what happens.

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Jo Technician
New York
Jo
 

I performed a PMI on the PCM. The calibration was up-to-date it only allowed a configuration of the PCM. I performed the configuration. There was no mention of any programming for TCM in this process. Is this TCM reprogrammable? 6 speed torqueshift

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Chris Technical Support Specialist
New York
Chris
 

5 Speed TorqShift, 5R110W. The TCM on this model is only updated when there is an updated calibration coordinated with the TCM. If updating or even performing a PMI on the PCM the software will ensure the latest coordinated calibration on these models. If the P0607 is present and there are no TCM updates through PCM PMI or reprogramming, then module replacement would be your best recourse.

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Jo Technician
New York
Jo
 

Thank you Chris for your help. The TCM was replaced with a new and the programming was performed for the PCM. The new TCM must have had the latest calibration files loaded in it. F JDS did not mention mention anything about TCM needing or having been updated.

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Jo Technician
New York
Jo
 

Should I perform a PMI on the PCM?

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Jo Technician
New York
Jo
 

There is NO update available

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Timothy Owner/Technician
Wisconsin
Timothy
 

Ran into this myself on an ‘09 Ford. It’s as Chris said: update the PCM, and the TCM will be done as well. There is no separate path to the TCM.

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Jo Technician
New York
Jo
 

I checked the programming report on F JDS and it did not state a TCM update.

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Jo Technician
New York
Jo Resolution
 

Did not find any updates for TCM. Replaced TCM with New to resolve Code P0607. Performed Calibration Update for PCM. No Tcm update available. I'm assuming TCM had latest calibration files in it already.

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