For the win!! Nice.My father-in-law has an 05 automatic and it was shifting crazy and staying stuck in 2nd gear, CEL, the works. After lots of reading on this forum I got him an ECU from wranglerfix.com and we just installed it and WOW! It is shifting great! Definitely recommend contacting Mark at wranglerfix.com
That is awesome DrRadar, glad my videos helped you out and your TJ problem is fixed! -Ozzstar (Glen)I spent months earlier this year trying to troubleshoot and fix 2005 Wrangler problems - P0700, multiple P16xx, bad shifting, limp mode out of the blue, etc. Wasted money trying to get help at a tranny shop. Based on forums, finally concluded it was a flaky PCM. Jeep said the part was no longer available. I couldn't identify a vendor I could trust to sell and back a product; thought about rolling the dice but just couldn't do it. Left the Jeep in the garage for months.
When I revisited my problem last month, I learned of wranglerfix.com from Ozzstar on YouTube and decided to call Mark at Wranglerfix, who explained how they tackled the problem without relying on used, salvage Jeep PCMs. I found several other positive experiences with wranglerfix.com and not one negative. I ordered the part which took about two weeks to arrive. I was happy to wait as Mark explained that they test the particular unit to be shipped in their Jeep for a few days before shipping.
I wouldn't recommend FS1 to anyone. Those guys are absolutely terrible from everything I read lately.I'm thinking my 97 Wrangler needs a new computer. 165k miles
I saw some good and bad reviews of FS1
Nothing but good ones for carcomputerexchange
Kinda torn as to which one to use because I get to keep my old computer if I use FS1.
Good morning Soulca,So I know I need a new PCM because of the shifting issue between 1 & 2, but today I had a new error code thrown, P2308 - Ignition Coil "C" Secondary Circuit. Does anyone know if this could possibly also be tracked back to a faulty PCM?
Thanks in advance for any input.