Heres a little backstory, this jeep hasn't shifted automatically since day one, we've had it about 3 or 4 years and we have just always shifted it manually to drive it. If you start out in D it starts out in really high gear, but if you shift manually it goes through all the gears really smoothly and once in D it stays in the right gear. Well today I got a wild hair and decided that I was going to try and fix it. So I did a little searching and found out how to check the TPS. With the multimeter connected to pins A and D I get 4.65v, and I read that my output on pins B and D should be 83% of my reference voltage, so 3.85 is should be what I'm shooting for on my output right? Well I adjusted it into spec and took it for a short drive and it still isn't shifting, also when it move the accelerator from closed to WOT it is a clean sweep on the multimeter, from 3.85v to .25v. So I checked the 7.5a trans fuse, and it was blown, so I replaced it with a 10a fuse, still does the same thing. Am I doing something wrong? Am I missing something? It's not a huge deal, but I just want to fix it... If everything is adjusted right and its still not shifting, does that mean my TCM is bad? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!