2003 saturn vue 2.2, 5spd, replaced ecm, did relearn procedure, now tran fault codes

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Asked by Mar 21, 2014 at 05:17 PM about the 2003 Saturn VUE Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

had fault P0481, Dealer said ECM bad. Replaced ECM with used one. Did relearn procedure. Now I get P0481, P0502, P0701, U2106. Cleared codes, came right back.

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Took to dealer, flashed computer, clear all but the original P0481 code. Original dealer diagnosis Wrong. Dealer traced Problem to Broken Control Wire in Wiring Loom Between EMC and Relay in Fuse Box. Reaired wire, cleared codes, all is well. Reputable dealer, subtracted original charge for wrong diagnosis from this visit. Cost approx $275.00.

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