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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-26-2015, 08:12 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Electrical Conection Under TCM

Please help!! I have a 06 Cobalt, and some rodents ate through my wiring. The wiring is located under the ICM box...under car towards transmission area. It has a female connector that can be disconnected from a source, that I'm not sure what it is. It appears to be like.....in back of transmission or something. Sorry, I don't know. But it is like a 9-10 pin. The wires was eaten. The other end of this comes up towards the TCM area. Please someone help.. I need to know what this connection is? What is it go to under car, drivers side?

This way I can order the wiring I need to fix it. Thank you guys and gals. Greatly would appreciate any info.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-27-2015, 01:43 AM
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Probably the connector going to the park reverse neutral switch.

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Hey Coby7, would that be a 8-10 pin connector? When I found the plastic piece these wires was connect to, it has a few yellows, brownish, green, etc wires coming out of it.

It appears to be located down under the TCM box, towards the right side ! The connector is about 2-3 inches in length!

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Also Coby7 this connector is not near the gear shift area at all. It is directly under the TCM, ICM box located on drivers side engine bay. The area this plug came out of looks as if it could be at the end of a transmission or something like that. A male connection is attached to this......and the female with the wires chewed connects to this piece. Help

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Wish I could understand which area you are talking about... What doesn't work or what code are you getting?

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