What is a transmission control manual? How much does a replacement cost for a 2010 Chevy Cruze. What makes it defective?

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Asked by Chevygirl2010 Sep 16, 2014 at 10:55 PM about the Chevrolet Cruze

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Transmission control module,control,s when your car change,s gears,and is one of GM,s mistake in building this type module,but it is expensive,to replace it.There are many cruze owner,s with this same issue,the bad is you can,t just take one out of another car,it will not work,gm put chip in it ,it has to be programmed by a dealer.

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Wow, not the answer that I want to hear but thanks anyway. How much would it cost for a replacement? Any idea? Would appreciate it. Thanks again.

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I have the same problem with the same model :( The dealer is taking me for a ride with the pricing.

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Brought my 2011 Cruze in to the dealership for this same issue....cost without warranty was $1400 to replace the TCM part.

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