No. Try to see if the plug came off the PRNDL switch, check the engine fuses under the hood next, replace the PRNDL(prindle) switch next and last is replace the TCM. It is the way it is done. Using a powertrain diagnostic procedure book.
With 80,000 miles it is more likely a wiring, fuse, or switch than the transmission control module(TCM). Ok
The switch is right on the trans, in front so it may be hit by something.
Good luck, and check back if you need further help. Joe
Thursday, October 15th, 2009 AT 11:19 PM