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Repair an ECU (TCM of a Ford Fiesta Durashift)

Posted By satrader Friday, November 21, 2014 3:43:42 AM
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 Posted Friday, November 21, 2014 3:43:42 AM
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Hello to all,

I have a Ford Fiesta 2004 with the ASM (auto-shift manual) transmission - Durashift - which now doesn't want to start. 118

The warning light of Durashift was blinking and sometimes the car started after I play with the wires. I inspected the wire loom (2S6T-14K039-AD) from the clutch actuator (TCM : 2S6R-7M168-GC) to the selector & shift motors (2S6R-7K004-AC) and all was OK.
After some days, the warning light of Durashift was solid and the car didn't want to start.
In the dashboard, the number of the gear selected was a 8 barred.

So I decided to buy a VCM II clone from obd2tool to read the DTC.
I saw an error code (P0810) about a "clutch postion error" in the TCM. IDS v91.01 said me that a new calibration file (2S6R-7P170-AD) is available and it will upgrade the TCM. But at the end, it displays me an error (0 -0x0 851082).

But after that, the TCM doesn't want to respond and at the dashboard the number of the gear selected is now a double-dash. Sweating

I ask for some help to restore this TCM.
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 Posted Friday, November 21, 2014 4:53:13 AM
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" VCM II clone" It would have been cheaper to get some-one with a genuine IDS/VCM to do the job via the internet to fords data base.


Which is what you will have to do now.
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You have bricked your tcm as clone vcm 2 will not update calibration files properly. Updating cal files is not a diy job esp with a clone tool. You may be lucky if it can be sorted with an original at this point or else get someone to flash it with an org file. If that doesnt work throw it in the bin
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 Posted Friday, December 12, 2014 7:09:35 AM
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K And R (11/21/2014)
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" VCM II clone" It would have been cheaper to get some-one with a genuine IDS/VCM to do the job via the internet to fords data base.


Which is what you will have to do now.
Kev.


So it can be restored with a genuine VCM ?
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 Posted Friday, December 12, 2014 12:22:28 PM
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Maybe, it's worth a try but it depends what damage the clone tool has done.

Peter

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