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Where is the computer to the transmission located?

The car runs fine but after a while of driving it goes from high gear to low and I can stop and put it in park and cut it off and back on and it will change fine for a little while. I had this similar problem in my 1992 and all I had to do was replace the transmission computer and now it works perfectly so I was thinking this one may have the same problem.

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What model and what year?

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1999 Honda Accord.

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Well I took it out and the part has SRS on it instead of PCM is that still the right part?

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Absolutely NOT correct. The SRS unit controls the air bag system and ONLY the airbag system.

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Where is the pcm computer

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Lamica Stone, the electronic control system consists of the Powertrain Control Module (PCM), sensors, and six solenoid valves. Shifting and lock-up are electronically controlled for comfortable driving under all conditions. The PCM is located below the dashboard, under the front lower panel behind the center console.

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Also pulling the fuse, resets the computer as I understand it. But as you described.... I wound up redoing the Tranny. PCM is easy to get to and remove. However, KNOW!!! they are keyed to the ignition! Can't put a new one in unless Honda hooks the new one up to a computer and downloads your configuration into it. You'll be DEAD. $100 is the charge. VIN will reference the correct part number. But it is on the side as well (even better) There's a couple of excellent cross reference sites. I may even have a PCM

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