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Dealer fixed 'P2067 Fault stored in component N15/3(EGS control unit)' for $999.09

For anyone interested if you ever encounter same problem.A long post but worth reading.

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The Problem: CEL came on.Limp mode, car jerks when shifting. Wont shift back to 'P' from "D" unless vehicle turned off. No spillage history, clarified by opening shifter area.
Dealer Diagnosis: ESM Faulty. Replaced Shifter assembly.
1 Floor shift 210-267-05-24- Parts- $536.80, Labor $379.80, Taxes 82.49 TOTAL= $999.09

Other notes from dealer: Electronic Selector Modle/Floor shift Mechanism, R&R/REPL

Other codes from dealer: P1856-001 through 006' 'Selector lever position detection has failed'.


The only problem now is my temp sensor is showing 136F and not moving-something is wrong here and was OK prior to CEL but I will make a new post on this.

I am only posting this to help anyone that may have the same problem. There is a DIY on the stickys for installing units such as this but needs updating. I believe TCM, ESM/Shifter assembly are also different things but I am no expert. Mine was an ESM issue and a new shifter assembly was installed.
Also my cheaper OBDII scanner for 40 bucks spit out the same code! 'P2067' Fault stored in component N15/3(EGS control unit). Dealer came up with same code plus more. I thought that was interesting and still gonna keep the scanner.

I got scared fixing this myself because I wasn;t sure if I should but a TCM or ESM then also, I am a newbie and not so handy so I decided to go the dealer way.

If anyone had any questions, let me know.
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Check the outside temp sencor is connected , it is located in the front bumper on the left hand side in the plastic cover beside the fog light
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glad to hear you got it fixed. thanks for the follow up.
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Thanks. Fixed the CEL/Limp mode thing, now working on the HISSING SOUND which appears to be a rodent chewed plastic at negative pressureunder hood located by the rhs of engine by the black box that houses lots of wires. not sure where it connects to or if its meant to suck air..
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I have the same error code (P2067). On Saturday, I started my car and put it in reverse and the transmission made a sudden jerk. As I put the car from Neutral to drive it also made the same jerk. Which is very unusual. I turned the car off and then no problems-- car shifted smoothly. Yesterday I was driving home and the car started in 3rd gear (limp mode) and wouldn't shift into anther gear so I turned the car off and everything was fine.

Is it bad to drive the car in limp mode? I smelled somewhat of a burning smell coming from the engine.

I called a local mechanic and they said its most likely the conductor plate because they tend to fail on these transmissions. Could someone advise on what is likely at fault?
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I have the same error code (P2067). On Saturday, I started my car and put it in reverse and the transmission made a sudden jerk. As I put the car from Neutral to drive it also made the same jerk. Which is very unusual. I turned the car off and then no problems-- car shifted smoothly. Yesterday I was driving home and the car started in 3rd gear (limp mode) and wouldn't shift into anther gear so I turned the car off and everything was fine.

Is it bad to drive the car in limp mode? I smelled somewhat of a burning smell coming from the engine.

I called a local mechanic and they said its most likely the conductor plate because they tend to fail on these transmissions. Could someone advise on what is likely at fault?
Go to another shop. And yes, it is bad to drive the car in limp mode.

The MOST common failure in these transmissions, by far, is the leaking pilot bushing/harness adapter, which then floods the TCM with fluid causing faults and problems. The bushing must be replaced with a new, redesigned part ($15 or so at a dealer, don't buy aftermarket for this) and the TCM cleaned up, then the codes must be cleared from the TCM (not just a generic scanner).

Find a shop that is more familiar with these transmissions or DIY. Conductor plate problems were generally resolved a few years before your car was built. Call around, some shops won't try to clean the TCM, they'll just want to replace it, wasting hundreds of dollars. Probably 90+% of the time proper cleaning and clearing of codes (after fixing the pilot bushing leak of course) will restore it just fine.

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