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Old 03-18-2007, 08:18 PM
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Default TCM/TCU removal

Is there a DIY anywhere on how to remove the TCM/TCU (whatever you want to call it). I belive that it is under the carpet, by the passanger seat. I'm sure its a simple pull up the carpet and unplug the thing - I just want to make sure.
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Old 03-18-2007, 09:13 PM
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Location of automatic Transmission Control Module (TCM) -J217-
The control module is located in front of the right front seat under the carpet in the foot well.









→ Fig. 19 Automatic Transmission Control Module (TCM) -J217-, removing and installing
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Removing

Remove lower right A-pillar trim and right front door sill trim. [/ul]

Repair Manual, Body-Interior, Repair Group 70 " name=linktext> => Repair Manual, Body-Interior, Repair Group 70

Detach carpeting from right inside door sill, and raise carpeting approx. 20 cm.
Unclip box at -A- by pulling it upward.
Unclip box at -B- as shown. [/ul]










→ Unclip TCM from box (arrows).
Release catch on multi-pin connector and disconnect connector from TCM => Fig. 20 [/ul]
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Click on the "fig. 20" at the bottom I think that will work...sorry the pics didnt show up
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Thanks - the link you gave us is to your job website - I assume since you have to work at a VW dealer to access it. I finally found the pictures and the removal guide in AESIS, dam that program is a PITA when your trying to find somthing.
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