Question about Lincoln Aviator
Fault is coming from its oil temp sensor inside the transmission
that sensor doesn't normally go bad
unless transmission has had a hard life
best guess it has the 5R55S/W automatic
the high cost maybe because the sensor might be built into or integral with the electronic board. inside the transmission
its removed and replaced by dropping the pan
the oil may be getting too hot
or could be your oil is too thin and a filter and oil change required
is there and external transmission oil cooler fitted to the car
or just piped through the radiator
P0713 OBD II Trouble Code Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit...
Posted on Apr 01, 2017
TFT is Transmission Fluid Temperature. Check your ATF level. Check the wiring harness that goes i to the transmission for proper connection. If your transmission has not had a service since 2011 THEN DO IT. CHANGE FILTER FLUID AND MAKE SURE THE COOLER GETS FLUSHED.
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Posted on Apr 01, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
P0740 is a Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction, you will need to have just this circuit tested, it is mostly just a defective Torque converter clutch solenoid in the trans or a defective connection to the trans, u do not need another overhaul.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
There is a Bulletin on this concern, and it is a warrantable condition for 8 years or 80,000 miles so you are still covered by the factory warranty.
The problem is a logic issue in the PCM. The correction is a new PCM with updated software.
Reference bulletin #TC015-07
The contents are below:
TRANSMISSION & CLUTCH
HARSH SHIFT AND M.I.L. "ON"
DTC P2716 Models:
'05 - '07 Corolla & Matrix (1ZZ-FE) September 20, 2007
Some 2005 - 2007 model year Corolla and Matrix vehicles equipped with an automatic transaxle may exhibit a harsh shift condition and a M.l.L. ON" with DTC P2716 stored.
Improvements have been made to the Engine Control Module (ECM) (SAE term:
Powertrain Control Module/PCM) to reduce the possibility of this condition occurring.
^ 2005 - 2007 model year Corolla and Matrix (2WD) vehicles equipped with the 1ZZ-FE engine.
This repair is covered under the Toyota Federal Emissions Warranty. This warranty is in effect for 96 months or 80,000 miles, whichever occurs first, from the vehicle's in-service date.
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Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you so much!! "
The P1700 is just a request for the check engine light, and this is caused by the U2108. The U2108 is basically telling you that the Electronic Brake and Traction Control Module (EBTCM) is not communicating with the powertrain control module, or the transmission control module.
The very first thing we must do is verify that the fuses that power the ebtcm are not blown and that they are powered. At this point I would like you to verify that the fuse labeled ABS in the fuse block is not blown and that it is powered with the key in the on position.
I would also like you to verify that the fuse labeled V1 inthe power distribution box is not burnt and that this is powered also. After this we need to move to the ebtcm to verify that you have voltage at pins 15,17,18 and that you have a ground at 19 and 16.
This would verify that the ebtcm is getting the proper voltage supplies to operate. The end result of this may possibly be a faulty ebtcm, but at this point we really need to check these items prior.Feel free to contact me with any questions at this point! Thanks!
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Mine is on too (MIL, with p0193), 2005 freestar. My dealer can't figure it out for some reason? So I went out and bought a code reader, will fix it myself!
Anyways it can be the fuel pressure sensor (approx $100 for part), the fuel pump, or regulator on the fuel line, not too sure what they are worth, and time for labour? I am currently looking for a test gauge to check the pressure in the fuel line to see if it is pump or regulator or sensor. Hopefully your service guys can run a few similar tests and determine what needs to go.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
firstly it could be that the check engine light is mal-functioning or not. why not drive it as they said and if after that its still on get back to us.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
Testimonial: "This is very helpful information. I just would like to know, once the cycles completes will the check engine go out on its own or not?"
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