Originally Posted by brad12kx
It's a possibility, but I wouldn't rush in getting a replacement until the TIPM issue is solved. I've learned over the years to fix the computer issues first, then see if anything else needs repair. Often a TIPM/computer issue will create 'phantom' issues.
Good point Brad, maybe its something with in the TIPM causing it to screw up. I should be home Wed. so hopefully I can look at her soon and take her down to the dealership.
Since they have already replaced the TIPM once should I tell them to check the connecting harnesses as well on the bottom? Is there a way for them to check them and make sure they are doing what they are supposed to be doing?