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Warrior07

Fault Code P0c2d Auxiliary Transmission Fluid Pump Control Module Feedback Signal Low

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Afternoon guys,

 

Need help understanding this code. Fault Code P0c2d Auxiliary Transmission Fluid Pump Control Module Feedback Signal Low. My understanding the most common issue is low battery. I have since replaced the battery. Code is still up. Anyone run into this and found a solution that worked for them? Auto start/stop not a huge deal for me but want that check engine light to turn off..

 

Thanks in advance for helpful insight,

 

Chris

 

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Have you found any solution yet?  I have the same code reading and have not found anything yet.  The mechanic that I go to feels 80% sure that the transmission fluid pump needs replaced on mine.  I prefer somewhere closer to the 99% sure level before i spend the $$$

 

Thanks

 

 

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Transmission control module.. let you know if works. Under right seat. Got it for 165 used. Porsche hinted it. I dont think its pump to be honest 

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Let me know if it works, and where you located it/ or part number if you don't mind.

 

Thanks

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Were you guys able to figure this out? Did replacing the module work for you?

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