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Old 01-14-2020, 07:17 PM   #1
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Default Shift lever assembly circuitry damaged [06 2500SHC 158Ē]

Had an accident that damaged the shift lever assembly, among other things. The car starts, but doesnít display the current gear on the dashboard. Pushing the manual release letís me put it in gear to move it, but wonít display anything. I can see the circuit board was hit somehow and one of the capacitors, or whatever itís called, came off the board. Now I get a P0705 code. I canít find anywhere to buy just this circuit board alone and I donít know if this can be repaired. I also canít find a full assembly, but I still need to scout junkyards.

Can this circuitry be soldered back together by a competent computer repair shop?

If I find another assembly does it need to be programmed to my vehicle?
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Old 01-14-2020, 09:18 PM   #2
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Default Re: Shift lever assembly circuitry damaged [06 2500SHC 158Ē]

Check the classifieds section on this forum, and consider posting a wanted ad. I believe user Portland sprinter connection had a few TCMs when I was asking about it previously.

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