What is your name? Order number?
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I have not had very good luck with Wranglerfix. Mark has sent 4 different units but each one spits out codes, different ones on each too. I have to pass emissions by month end, any suggestions? 2005 Wrangler Rocky Mountain Edition, runs great, 90k miles, new tires, new soft top windows, new battery. Would consider selling if Mark can't get me a PCM that works - I am in Chicago area.
@WranglerFire Was your order date 08-24-2021
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Your original order was 8-24-21. You had a 2nd pcm mailed on 09-16-01.
The last shipment that I see is from is August 2 of this year.
Tell us what the original issue was? What happened with the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th pcm? Did the issues persist from September through August? I will comb through EVERY call between us respond back to this post.
Been over a year of this bullshit, probably more like 2 years by now and you still won’t even disclose why.
Anyone have an idea what the Jeep might be worth?
Yes, you sent another PCM on August 2 and I got codes within 40 miles. We spoke last week. In my original email I sent the following from the repair shop:
SCAN COMPUTER FOR CODES. CODE PRESENT ARE AS FOLLOWS: P0031, P0037 AND P0051. TEST NECESSARY VEHICLE SYSTEMS TO FIND VEHICLE IN NEED OF PCM (POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE) REPLACEMENT.
To which you responded:
It is Pcm related without question hesitation or fail and our Pcm will resolve these issues.
You can call me at 866-888-7710 to discuss in further detail.
I ordered the PCM and since then we have tried a few more times. Since we spoke last week I have been running each PCM in the Jeep to get the codes that each one is showing. I have completed running 2 of the 4 PCM's so far, here are the codes those two are showing:
PCM1: P0633, U0168, P0517
PCM2 (the one you sent August 2): P0440, P0516
I hope that helps and appreciate your support and dedication to fixing the issue!
Why do you say that? Mark is not only colleague but also a friend. I will say that of all the people I’ve ever known in my life, Mark is easily one of the most stand-up, honest, and down-to-earth people I’ve met. On the list of people who would be likely to screw over a fellow Jeeper, Mark’s name isn’t even there.
I’d love to hear your side of the story is what I’m saying. In my opinion one should never throw out a claim like this (especially towards someone who is very esteemed in the TJ world) without at least sharing his or her side of the story.