Transmission Problem Solved
A number of months ago I posted a thread in regards to poor acceleraton in my 2010 Charger SE and a few people told me to do the gas peddle trick to reset my TCM and others told me to pull fuse 14.
While the gas peddle trick worked I found out I had no fuse 14 and after a debate on my thread it was concluded that I had no fuse 14 and I should have, so I checked my manual and my fuse box and both showed that in fact I did not need fuse 14 as per normal factory spec's. I called dodge to comfirm this and they did, my SE had no fuse 14 to pull.
So after meeting up with MJTARONGA from here on the forums I showed him indeed that I had no 14 fuse and he told me about his intrepid he parted out and having some fuses, so we gave it a shot.
After putting a 20a Fuse in the 10a slot and doing a fresh 0-60 and then a 0 to 160 as my car never went over 120 I noticed a minor difference on my acceleration and better shifting with out the thunks, so I turned it off, pulled the fuse and then did the peddle trick i pulled over did all the trick and bam, slammed myself into my seat and hit 160 in 4th gear at 3000rpm.
So if you own a 2.7 and have acceleration problems take a look, this doesnt fix the hot fluid limp mode though I lost acceleration after a few high speed test.
Pic's to follow.
Last edited by jebardeors; 06-15-2012 at 04:12 AM.
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