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Was going to put this in the LHS section,as its a 1997 LHS,but after doing a little web browsing,it seems this dreaded code can afflict many chryslers....

Car only has 140,00 KM on it,immaculate shape,well kept and maintained.

Its in limp mode,and giving me code 66- No CCD bus messages PCM did not receive messages from the CCD bus.

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No body CCD messages PCM did not receive CCD bus messages from the body control module.

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No EATX CCD messages PCM did not receive CCD bus messages from the transmission control module.

Wow....where to start..Brother is a mechanic at a chrysler dealer,so far he's checked that the TCM is getting power,and it is,checked the relays in the fuse box under the hood,they are working fine...checked the wiring harness in the drivers side corner by rad for breaks in wiring... ..read another post where a guy hard wired the 2 tranny connectors behind the airbox,against the firewall,and everything was fine,haven't tried that yet,but popped them apart and cleaned them real good,still the same....cleaned reconnected wiring to the tranny itself...still the same.....swapped a gauge cluster out for a wrecker one...still the same...

Haven't tried swapping the TCM yet,bro says part #'s have to match perfectly from one thats in there already......is that true,or can I pull one from a concord or intrepid as long as its a 3.5 non auto-stick car...???...Even if its just for troubleshooting...??...as the local wreckers didn't have one exactly the same....

Possibly the BCM...???...Anyone ever have one of those actually go bad...???... are they all the same...???

And what is CCD Bus Messages...???...What is the CCD Bus...??

Hopefully you guys can help,this is driving me nuts,hate to junk a beautiful shape platinum full load LHS....

Thanks...:crying:
 

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I had the exact same problem with my 94 trep and it turned out to be a corroded wire in the harness. You have to look at the harness under the battery tray where the tcm wiring joins the main harness,pull the loom off and look for where the red wires with white stripes from the tcm join with the wires for the bcm and ecm.I found 1 wire that was bared just a bit,when i cut it it was obvious from the corrosion that there was no connection. I spliced in a short piece and voila everything worked again.I was surprised that it was corroded because the car was rust free and didnt have too many miles on it.
 
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