I want this vehicle pretty bad to work. If the resistance is less than 5. Categories , Tags , , Post navigation. I know that this is a rat. This morning and yesterday morning, I started the car and it drove and shifted normally, so I drove through the city. .
Any help would be Greattttttt!. There are vehicle specific trouble codes and there are codes specifically for your manufacturer. . Trans temperature seems like a function in this problem. Going to check around for shops or may bring it back here.
Have killed the battery a couple of times. I just recently had my coolant changed and 2 days later I noticed a small puddle of coolant on the ground after the vehicle sat over night. Cobalt has always had normal scheduled maintenance. Make sure they are clean and have a tight fit with the mating receptacle. A few days ago my 2008 avenger would no longer shift up, seems to be stuck in first or second gear.
I plugged the scanner to see the applied clutch operation. The most common cause are signs such as the transmission indicates problems in drivability like slipping. After some reading i had proceeded to : Replaced both input and output speed sensors, no success, brought car to autozone for code scan Car put out codes P0700 and P0760. I did kill the battery 4 or 5 times in a 2 week span. Begin with a diagnosis and estimate and take it from there. Code is P0752 which comes up as shift solenoid A. There has never been a check engine light on.
Any fault, such as rodent damage, a disconnected connector, or corrosion, can interrupt these signals, leading to transmission control failures. . A Gear Ratio error is basically when a clutch is slipping. Pay close attention to connectors, looking for corrosion, bent or broken pins, or moisture in the connector. I do not see any leaks top or bottom. Rob- Well, the low voltage would have wiped the adaptive memory in the transmission controller. Though a car may have a typical repair that fixes the P0700 code, this may not be true in all circumstances, which is why diagnosis is performed step-by-step.
Fired up engine and still no R D 1 2 or 4L 4H. Tranny fluid full and clear. In the case of the P0700, it is a general code. If this chart is for the known-good car, then I would almost have to blame the scan tool. This means that it should be accompanied by some other code that should tell you the specific problem. Automatic transmissions can be notoriously finicky when it comes to identifying their faults.
I have done a 100 amp load test on the battery and it reads good, 12. I put 1 at of Tran fluid and 3 ways of oil. I am suspecting wiring, and what I need to know is that on pin 4 at the connector at the shift solenoid the wiring diagram denotes 12v. If you detect a change in resistance while wiggling a section, perform a repair on the wire, clear the codes and retest. We need to find out why fault P0765 is being tripped. They are cheap and worth their weight in gold.
Once the failsafe mode is set it will remain until the fault is repaired or normal operation is detected. Im having an issue with my 08 dodge avenger. No success, car will still not shift. Before you take it in, make sure that you check the transmission fluid. When the fluid temperature increases above -12 deg F then a modified cold shift schedule is used by the transmission controller. The pressure taps are shown at the bottom of the linked page. I only caught the codes when the scanner I have permanently mounted in the car notified me of them.
Common signs are slow engine cranking despite a fully-charged battery and no-crank situations with a full battery charge. . . There may be internal pressure leakages that can be diagnosed this way. It also seems that something happens when the engine worms up and makes it go into limp mode. JackBer answered 3 years ago Me too.
If you get no other code it means that there is the transmission control circuit is malfunctioning. We might be able to rule out corrosion, because you found it clean. I just checked the codes again and got a P0700 and P0562. I believe the wiring colors are correct as through the years the pin locations and functions did not change but wiring colors did. To check for an open circuit, trace along the length of the transmission control circuit, checking for breaks in the wiring. When the engine is started or the key is turned to the run position, the transmission control module performs a system check.