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Old 11-07-2018, 02:25 PM
toyman1987 toyman1987 is offline
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Default Nissan NERS TCM programming issue

2014 Altima with the CVT transmission (RE0F10D) I have had 2 of these 14's that I get a programming error trying to update the TCM, both cars the ECM went fine, go to update the TCM and it errors very early in the programming, TCM still has Comm and everything works.
Any Ideas?
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Old 11-07-2018, 02:50 PM
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What version are you using and what error code is it giving you. You can always call nissan directly. Unless you're using one of those versions out in the wild that don't connect to nissan servers.
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Old 11-08-2018, 12:35 PM
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I dont have a answer for your question, however i have a friend who works at a nissan dealership, and he says these cvts are ****, and they are always replacing them. then, once replaced they try to program them with the consult, and it crashes, then they push the car outside and report yet another problem to nissan and wait a couple days until it can get fixed.

so even at the dealer level, they are having constant problems with their consult system.
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