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how do I reset my powertrain control module?

I came across a thread on here about resetting the pcm , but I cant find it. My car is shifting differently now, iy doesnt feel as fast as it use to be when I first got it, which was about a week or so ago. Its a 13 chrysler 300 with the hemi
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Great question. I was just talkin to my buddy about this exact topic. Execpt mine is a 06 C. I'm subscribing to this thread vs starting a separate.

For the record I'm not trying to step on your toes. If you want me to delete my post I will.

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On gen 1s we pull fuse #11 for a bit to reset he adaptive tranny memory. I suspect it's the same bit I'm not 100%. You can also with a tuner or TranZformer.


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Two ways that work:

1. Find your AutoShutOff/PCM fuse in the underhood power center (fuse box). It may have a NGC designation (Next Generation Controller). Check your owner's manual.
2. Pull the fuse and set it aside for a minute or so.
3. Re-install the fuse & secure the fusebox cover.
4. Turn on the car and go for a spirited drive. The PCM will "learn" this style of driving and adapt accordingly.
5. Remember, this reset is not a permanent change. The only way to change the adaptives, i.e., set them where you want them; is with a programmer.

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On your '13 300S the Automatic Shut Down (ASD) Relay is located in Cavity #63 of the Front Power Distribution Center.
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I know this thread is a little old and I just made this account , I have a 06 300c srt8 , I pulled the number 11 fuse not realizing the key was still on (dumb) now it's like in autoshitdown or aomethong it will fire and stall fire and stall , tried every trick possible to try and reset it , no luck
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Reset the system by disconnecting the negative battery cable for at least 30 minutes. Hopefully this will reset the PCM. Make sure your fuse is in good condition and securely mounted.
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I did that and also swapped the fuse twice with good fuses , no luck not sure what the hell I did here haha I didn't even really think having the ignition on would of harmed anything
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If you have an alarm in it try resetting it again, then use the buttons to lock and unlock the doors before trying to start it.
Can't hurt, and it might be that the alarm system.

Oh, and can you check to see if any codes got stored?

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