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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-13-2019, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
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My 2005 SSR was running fine when I parked it a few months ago. I got back in the truck and I hit the gas and it goes no where. It takes off so slow!!! Any Suggestions?
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Sometimes when there is an electrical problem it goes into what is called "LIMP MODE" so you can get it home but has no power. I would start with that. Battery, ignition switch, fuse box wire, grounds etc. Some others may chime in here. Good luck.

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Thanks I’ll look into it tomorrow
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I agree Augie may be right, but before you start replacing parts

Try resetting the ECM --- Use a scan tool if you have one - that way you can check for codes first!
If not I believe you remove fuses #31 ECM1 and Fuse 27 ECM from the underhood fuse box. You have to wait for the capacitors to drain the memory from the computer. About 15 -30 minutes. On cars that the battery is more accessible I typically remove both battery cables (negative first) and hen touch the battery cables to together. This is a sure fire way to reset most memory circuits that maybe written in a temporary file inside of a module.

I would then test fuse #34 ECM2 fuse - used to power ECM and throttle control actuator

If still no luck - post any other things that might not be working correctly - Check engine light, Other warning lights, Radio, Wipers, Windows etc.
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You might want to try this. Turn the key to on and just let the display on the dash finish doing it's thing/before/ you try to start the truck?

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Besides loosing power my traction control is on and my door keeps locking and unlocking while I’m driving
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Sound like Transmission Control Module malfunction
Could be just a blown fuse for it

Does the speedo seem to work ok?

Try what I mentioned earlier

NO access to circuit diagram currently -- easy enough to check all fuses. Use a test light or voltmeter with one lead to good ground IGNITION turned to on, engine off!

Check ALL FUSES BOTH fuse boxes for voltage on both sides. (I believe the TCM fuse is in the rear fuse box)
If you find one voltage on one side only fuse is blown
If no voltage on either side make note of which fuse number and continue
If voltage on both sides fuse and circuit to the fuse box is good!

Also Do you have Anyway to get codes from it?

Decent you tube for checking fuses
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DemondBell, Welcome from Forney Texas!!! You will discover that you have found the BEST FORUM ever!---Like @xoxoxoBruce said in your other thread----Consider going to "Tools" in the red banner, click on "User CP" go to "Your Profile" then click "Edit Your Details". Then, whenever you "post" something, it will show in the left column under your name, like the rest of us, and we will know where you are and what you drive. Then if you have a problem, someone close by might be able to help out.

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I want to thank everyone that responded and try 2 help me with my issue on the truck all the advice was helpful. You guys got me threw this issue and I’m glad to be a part of this forum. My problem was the TCM Thanks again.
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I want to thank everyone that responded and try 2 help me with my issue on the truck all the advice was helpful. You guys got me threw this issue and I’m glad to be a part of this forum. My problem was the TCM Thanks again.
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