they warrantied it even tuned and deleted??I had my TCM replaced just a couple weeks ago. Mine's an '11. It was starting to freak out a little here and there. Symptoms were rough shifts, wouldn't down shift to 5th from 6th on the freeway when trying to pass, and occasional slipping. It just gave out on me completely on the freeway and locked in 5th gear. As you said, no manual shift and lost the gear indicator on the DIC. My TCM was replaced under warranty as well, and the truck now runs great and acts as expected.
When mine failed it there was no warning signs, I shut the truck off everything was working and when I started it up it quit. Same as you said, stabil track and traction control warnings auto door locks quit stayed in 4th.Mine was replaced at 7500 miles. No warning at all, just dropped to 4th and stayed there and lost shift indicator lights, and traction control and stabilitrak warnings came on. I have almost 36k on it now and no problems since with the replacement TCM so who knows.
I had this same luck, locked up on me and left me stranded in the road. Let's just say the people behind me at the stop light were very happy i wasnt moving when the light turned green but all i could do was wave Heyyaa .You guys got lucky. When mine quit last week, it locked in park while I was still driving. Just like stepping on the parking brake. Luckily I had made it into the parking lot, and was not at highway speed. They told me it was not a hard part so was not covered under power train. I am still within the three year window, but am out on miles for bumper to bumper.
After reading the comments about the Federal Emissions Warranty, I looked in My Warranty Manual. Sure enough, there it is. Covered to 8 years/80,000 miles. I took the book back to my dealer and showed them. They were unaware as this does not automaticaly show up on the warranty program they use. They gave me a full refund of what I had paid and appoligized for the inconvenience.
Thanks to everyone who suggested this.